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Princes of the Earth: Subcultural Diversity in a Mexican Municipality

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By Barbara Louise Margolies

By concentrating her attention on an entire municipality rather than a town or village, Margolies is able to focus effectively on institutional and interpersonal relations between Indians and non-Indians, and between peasants and townspeople.” Chambers~American Anthropologist 1977 DOI: 10.1525/aa.1977.79.1.02a00080

Princes of the Earth is a study of the local sectors of the national society at selected points in history -- late 19th and early 20th centuries, the two decades succeeding the Revolution when its basic goals were institutionalized, and the present period. 

SUPPORTS: Mexican history, political history and modernization, Mesoamerican anthropology.