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This story presents Mariano’s political activities as he brought about the participation of other-than-human beings that were in-ayllu. It is underpinned by Mariano’s notion of power as it emerged from both earth-beings (also known as mountains, the soil, or bodies of water) as well as from the state, landowners, and leftist politicians. It describes how the political struggle against the landowner—for his part in which Mariano was known—was underpinned by the partial connections between the worlding practices of both ayllu and the state.

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