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100 1  Penry, S. Elizabeth,|0
245 14 The people are king :|bthe making of an indigenous Andean 
       politics /|cS. Elizabeth Penry. 
264  1 New York :|bOxford University Press,|c[2019] 
264  4 |c2019 
300    1 online resource (xiv, 299 pages) :|billustrations, maps 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  The Genesis of an Andean Christianity and Politics -- Inca
       and Early Spanish Peru -- Incas and Asanaqi in Qullasuyu -
       - Spanish Republica and Inca Tyranny -- Resettlement: 
       Spaniards Found New Towns for "Indians" -- The 
       Andeanization of Spanish Institutions and Christianity -- 
       Andeans Found Their Own Towns: The Andeanization of 
       Reduccion -- Cofradia and Cabildo in the Eighteenth 
       Century: The Merger of Andean Religiosity and Town 
       Leadership -- Rational Bourbons and Radical Comuneros: 
       Civil Practices That Shape Towns -- The Revolutionary 
       Comun -- Comunero Politics and the King's Justice: The 
       Comun Takes Moral Action -- A Lettered Revolution: A 
       Brotherhood of Communities -- The Rise of the Comun and 
       Its Legacy. 
520    "The People Are King traces the transformation of Andean 
       communities under Inca and Spanish rule. The sixteenth 
       century Spanish resettlement policy, known as Reduccion 
       was pivotal to this transformation. Modeled on the Spanish
       ideal of Republica (self-government within planned towns) 
       and shared sovereignty with their monarch, Spaniards in 
       the Viceroyalty of Peru forced Andeans into resettlement 
       towns. Andeans turned the tables on forced resettlement by
       making the towns their own, and the center of their social,
       political, and religious lives. Andeans made a coherent 
       life for themselves in a complex process of ethnogenesis 
       that blended preconquest ways of life (the ayllu) with the
       imposed institutions of town life and Christian religious 
       practices. Within these towns, Andeans claimed the right 
       to self-government, and increasingly regarded their native
       lords, the caciques, as tyrants. A series of 
       microhistorical accounts in these republicas reveals that 
       Andeans believed that commoner people, collectively called
       the comun, could rule themselves. With both Andean and 
       Spanish antecedents, this political philosophy of radical 
       democracy was key to the Great Rebellion of the late 
       eighteenth-century. Rather than focusing on well-known 
       leaders such as Tupac Amaru, the book demonstrates through
       commoner rebels' holographic letters that it was commoner 
       Andean people who made the late eighteenth-century a 
       revolutionary moment by asserting their rights to self-
       government. In the final chapter the book follows the 
       commoner-lead towns of the Andes from the era of 
       independence into the present day of the Plurinational 
       State of Bolivia. Ayllu, Reduccion, ethnogenesis, Peru, 
       Bolivia, cacique, Tupac Amaru, comunero, revolution, 
       microhistory"--|cProvided by publisher 
588 0  Online resource; title from web page (Oxford Scholarship 
       Online, viewed May 11, 2020) 
650  0 Indians of South America|0
       authorities/subjects/sh00007604|zAndes Region.|0http:// 
650  0 Indians of South America|zAndes Region|xPolitics and 
650  0 Indians of South America|0
       subjects/sh85065540|xCultural assimilation|0http://|zAndes Region.
650  0 Power (Social sciences)|0
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       authorities/subjects/sh87002893|xHistory|y18th century.
651  0 Andes Region|0
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651  0 Spain|xColonies|zAmerica|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|aPenry, S. Elizabeth.|tPeople are king.
       |dNew York : Oxford University Press, [2019]
       |z9780195161618|w(DLC)  2019015748|w(OCoLC)1101982900 
990    Oxford University Press|bOxford Scholarship Online History
       |c2021-03-26|yMaster record encoding level change|5OH1 
990    Oxford University Press|bOxford Scholarship Online History
       |c2019-12-13|yAdded to collection OUP.osoHistory|5OH1 
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