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LACS 321: Indigenous Identity and Community in the Neoliberal Andes   Tags: anthropology, course:lacs 321, instructor:tsai, subject:latin american studies, term:spring, year:2014  

Guide for students of LACS 321 researching Neoliberalism in the Andes.
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Welcome to the Indigenous Identity and Community in the Neoliberal Andes Research Guide! This guide is intended to assist you as you begin your research. I have listed the most common sources you are likely to use in your research, but this guide is by no means comprehensive. Please contact me for further assistance on your specific reserch topic. 

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