INDEX
Abuse of children, 87–88, 200, 202
Advertising firms, U.S., 195
Agrarian development zones, 119, 126. See
also Development poles
Agrarian reform, 35, 41, 63–66, 143
Agrarian transformation, 108, 118, 143. See
also Instituto de Transformación
Agraria
Agromodernism, 4, 35–38
aids, 167
Alianza Femenina Guatemalteca (afg),
78 n. 32
Alliance for Progress, 80 n. 40, 120, 128
Alvizúrez, Mario, 154, 159, 164–65, 176
American Express, 20
American Federation of Labor (afl), 22,
30, 138 n. 49; Organización Regional
Interamericana de Trabajadores and, 118
American Popular Revolutionary Alliance
(apra), 24
Amnesty International, 140, 201
Anthropology, 34–35
Applied sociology, 79
Arana Osorio, Carlos Manuel, 122, 126–27,
140
Arbenz, Jacobo, 41, 62–63; resignation of,
69. See also Agrarian reform; Vilanova
de Arbenz, María
El Archivo, 185
Área metropolitana de Guatemala (amg;
Guatemala City Metropolitan Area), 111
Arévalo, Juan José, 41, 62
Arzú Irigoyen, Alvaro, 185 n. 6
Asociación de Estudiantes Universitarios
(aeu; Association of University Stu-
dents), 130
Asociación de Expendedores de Carne
(asec; Association of Meat Vendors),
147–51
Asociación de Inquilinos de Mercados
Municipales (asimem; Municipal Mar-
ket Vendors’ Association), 153–80;
breakup of, over street vendor issue, 163–
66; discourses of Integrated Community
Development in, 157–58; everyday man-
agement of markets and, 166–69; fear of
privatization in, 158–59; foundation of,
153, 157–59; Mercado Cervantes in, 156;
‘‘model market’’ promotion and, 175–78;
opposition of, to municipality and
census-taking, 174–75; overview of, 154;
relations of, with conflicting committees
representing markets, 169–70
Asociación General de Agricultores (aga;
General Agriculture Association), 127
Asociación Gremial de Exportadores de
Productos No Tradicionales (agex-
pront; Trade Association of Exporters
of Nontraditional Products), 191, 193
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