A People's History of Latin America
By: Hernan Horna (author)Paperback
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The history of Latin America has been written principally with a top-down approach that focuses on the leaders and the privileged. Hernan Horna brings us a history that centers on the experience of Native Americans, blacks, and the poor, and examines the ongoing projects of identity and unity in Latin America through the lens of ethnicity, culture, politics, and economics, from the ancient cultures of the Mayas, Incas, and Aztecs to the 21st century.
Hernan Horna, Professor, Department of History, Uppsala University, Sweden
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