INDEX
Note: Italicized page numbers point to
figures and maps.
administration and vigilance councils,
210n12
abandon: personal, 47, 68, 83, 90–91, 131,
142, 144; political, 22
agrarian reform, by 1962–1963 military
government, 100; by 1968–1980 military
government, 132–34, 143; by Fernando
Belaúnde Terry, 100, 114; ccp’s calls
for 108–9, 114, 132,142, 203n31; Latin
America, 4, 132; leftist opposition
to 132–34; peasant need for land, 4;
Llamojha’s views on 1, 4, 6, 110, 129
Agüero, Raúl, 60, 68–69, 71, 106, 144, 157,
162, 212n27. See also authorities, abusive
Alarcón Mitma, Alejandro, 90–91
Albania, 115, 140
Alcedo, Otoniel, 102
alcohol, 54–55, 72, 88, 96, 111
Alfaro, Abel, 72, 76–77, 80, 91–96
Amazon, 4, 113, 125, 191n28
Andahuaylas, 55, 68, 116, 143, 198n6
anticolonial sentiment, 10, 12, 43, 101, 103,
149, 182
anticommunism, 42, 58, 176
anti-Indianism, 1, 3–4, 19, 66, 71, 177
apra (Alianza Popular de la Revolucíon
Americana): agrarian reform and, 100;
anticommunism, 58; and class identity,
191n28, in El Frontón, 34; and land
struggles, 34–35; Llamojha’s sympathies
for 20, 33–35, 197n35; rise of, 6; tensions
with military, 33, 100, 201n2
Apurímac, 4, 116, 144, 198n6. See also
Andahuaylas; Rurunmarca
archives: Llamojha’s personal, 9, 14, 51,
179–80, 205n56; state and notarial, 13,
45, 57, 69, 83, 105
authoritarianism, 66, 176
authorities, abusive: appointments
of, 39, 69; in Ayacucho, 7, 39, 69; in
Concepción, 38–39, 60, 69, 71, 106, 131,
144, 157, 162, 167–68; in Peru, 195n39;
Shining Path and 7–8, 167–68; status of,
7, 71. See also specific authorities
auto-ethnography, 193n48
Ayacucho: administrative divisions, ix,
23; authorities, 49–50, 62, 65, 81, 85,
91, 96, 101–4, 106, 205n57; bishopric,
56; bureau of Indian affairs, 67, 69, 95;
campesino congress, 148; Communist
Party in, 59; court, 74, 128, 162, 166; ha-
cendados in, 50, 196n9; history of, 180,
182; hospitals, 186–87; indigenous popu-
lation, 4, 12, 20; internal war and, 164,
172, 179; land struggles, 1, 4, 99, 102, 142,
201n8; literacy rates, 9; postwar return
to, 173, 214n64; poverty, 1, 4; Shining
Path and, 147, 153–54
Ayala, Moisés, 51, 54, 58–61
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