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Review: Peasantries and Other Topics: South and Mesoamerica
Reviewed Works: The Peasant Marketing System of Oaxaca, Mexico by Ralph L. Beals; Pyramids of Sacrifice: Political Ethics and Social Change by Peter L. Berger; Struggle in the Andes: Peasant Political Mobilization in Peru by Howard Handelman; The Moving Frontier: Social and Economic Change in a Southern Brazilian Community by Maxine L. Margolis; Peasants, Politics, and Revolution: Pressures toward Political and Social Change in the Third World by Joel S. Migdal; Formaciones economicas y politicas del mundo andino by John V. Murra; The Shaman and the Jaguar: A Study of Narcotic Drugs among the Indians of Colombia by Gerardo Reichel Dolmatoff; Brazilian Society by T. Lynn Smith
Review by: DeWight R. Middleton
New Series, Vol. 79, No. 1 (Mar., 1977), pp. 98-104
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/673937
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