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pt. I. In the defense of land. Neither warriors nor victims: the Wauja peacefully organize to defend their land / Emilienne Ireland ; Ethnodevelopment and democratic consolidation in Chile: the Mapuche question / Mario Sznajder -- pt. II. Indigenous political participation. Agrarian protest and the Indian movement in the Ecuadorian highlands / Leon Zamosc ; Indians and national salvation: placing Ecuador's indigenous coup of January 2000 in historical perspective / Erin O'Connor ; The emergence of political organizations among the Guaraní Indians of Bolivia and Argentina: a comparative perspective / Silvia María Hirsch ; Consciousness and contradiction: indigenous peoples and Paraguay's transition to democracy / René Harder Horst -- pt. III. Indians and Guerrillas. Villagers at arms: war and counterrevolution in the Central-South Andes / Orin Starn ; Pan-Maya activism in Guatemala / Kay B. Warren -- pt. IV. Indigenous leaders speak out. Marta Silva Vito (Brazil) ; Davi Kopenawa Yanomami (Brazil) ; Luis Macas (Ecuador) ; Nina Pacari (Ecuador) ; Felipe Quispe Huanca (Bolivia) ; R. Marhikewun (Chile).