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Introduction: Fifty Years of Peasant Wars in Latin America
Lesley Gill, Leigh Binford and Steve Striffler

Chapter 1. The Right Hand of the Party: The Role of Peasants in Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution
Aaron Kappeler

Chapter 2. Rebellion, Revolution, and Reversal in Ecuador’s Countryside
Steve Striffler

Chapter 3. At the Crossroads of Power
Lesley Gill

Chapter 4. The Catholic Church, Peasants, and Revolution in Northern Morazán, El Salvador
Leigh Binford

Chapter 5. Peasants, Crime, and War in Rural Mexico
Casey Walsh

Chapter 6. Peasant Wars in Brazil
Cliff Welch

Chapter 7. Forgetting Peasants: History, “Indigeneity,” and the Anthropology of Revolution in Bolivia
Forrest Hylton

Afterword: Reflection: Reading Eric Wolf as a Public Intellectual Today
Gavin Smith


Fifty Years of Peasant Wars in Latin America

Edited by Leigh Binford, Lesley Gill, and Steve Striffler

228 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-561-9 Hb Published (January 2020)

eISBN 978-1-80539-348-1 eBook