Peru: A Country Study
Rex A. Hudson
The Division, 1993 - History - 422 pages
4th edition. Edited by Rex A. Hudson. Prepared by the Library of Congress, Federal Research Division. Research completed September 1992. Describes and analyzes the history, politics, sociology, economics, and national security systems of Peru. Includes maps, black and white photographs, bibliographies, a glossary, and an index.
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ANDEAN SOCIETIES BEFORE THE CONQUEST
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activities Agrarian agricultural American Andean APRA areas Arequipa armed forces army Ayacucho Aymara Bank base Bolivia Callao Cambio 90 capital Central Chile Chimbote civilian coastal coca Colombia colonial Congress constitution of 1979 country's crisis Cusco deficit democratic domestic drug economic Ecuador elections elite exports Fredemo Fujimori government Garcia government Glossary groups growth guerrilla highlands Huallaga Valley important Inca increased industrial inflation institutions insurgency Inter-American Development Bank Juan Velasco Alvarado kilometers labor land Latin America Lima Lima's major ment mestizo migrants million minister municipal native officers organized party Peasant percent period Peru Peru's Peruvian police political Popular population poverty president prison problems production provinces Quechua reform region result role rural self-coup Selva Shining Path Sierra SL's social society Spanish strategy tion traditional trafficking United urban Valley Velasco workers