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Decentering the Regime: Ethnicity, Radicalism, and Democracy in Juchitán, Mexico
Jeffrey W. Rubin
Duke University Press
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Cacique Rule and the Zapotec Domain of Sovereignty, 1930–1960: “The PRI Doesn’t Exist in the Isthmus”
1997. "Cacique Rule and the Zapotec Domain of Sovereignty, 1930–1960: “The PRI Doesn’t Exist in the Isthmus”", Decentering the Regime: Ethnicity, Radicalism, and Democracy in Juchitán, Mexico, Jeffrey W. Rubin
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