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The Moral Force of Indigenous Politics

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Acteál Massacre, 223

African Americans, 244, 280, 284, 288, 291

agency, 19–20, 30, 38, 67–68, 74–76

Anaya, James, 72, 155–62

ANIPA (Asamblea Nacional Indígena Plural por la Autonomía), 7, 157–58, 170–74, 185, 189, 192, 207, 213

Appiah, Anthony, 14, 49, 53, 261, 275, 282

Arendt, Hannah, 254, 263

ARIC (Asociación Rural de Interés Colectivo), 143–44

Article 4 (Mexican Constitution), 166–68, 174, 179

Article 27 (Mexican Constitution), 1, 6, 8, 87–88, 90, 136, 141–42, 168, 198, 205

assimilation, 13, 85, 95–96, 107, 129, 149, 283–84

attachment, 14, 245, 280

autonomy, 9, 83, 151, 199, 202–5, 219, 225–26, 249

Benhabib, Seyla, 74–75, 254–55, 257, 258–59

Bilgrami, Akeel, 15, 56

bilingual

   demands, 11, 32, 34, 261, 283

   education, 99, 105, 149, 163, 165–66, 213, 217–19, 224–25, 231, 284

   teachers, 5, 98, 166

Bonfil, Guillermo, 162

Brown, Wendy, 269, 272, 274

Burguete, Araceli, 7, 133, 162, 171–74, 178, 180

Butler, Judith, 19, 58, 60, 74–75

caciques, 98–99, 118, 121, 198, 220

CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement), 161

Cárdenas, Lázaro, 90–91, 92, 93, 97

Carens, Joseph, 28, 277, 278, 284

cargo system, 98, 120, 122–23, 178, 221–22

Casa del Pueblo, 137

Castellanos Dominguez, 102–3

Castells, Manuel, 70–71

catechists, 118, 126–27, 129–30, 132

Catholic Church (in Chiapas) 118, 125–27, 132

CDI (Comisión Nacional para el Desarollo de los Pueblos Indígenas), 213–15, 232

Chamula, 221–22

Chartism, 68–69

Chiapas, 93, 99, 102–4, 106–8, 112, 119–45, 198

CIOAC (Central Independiente de Obreros Agrícolas y Campesinos), 4, 7, 131, 134–36, 144–45, 170

Civil Rights Movement, 269–71

class, 15, 17, 18, 20, 62–64, 69, 72, 76, 77, 79–80, 151, 245, 288

CLS (Critical Legal Studies), 268, 270–71

CNC (Confederación Nacional Campesina), 91, 98, 103, 106, 121

CNPI (Consejo Nacional de Pueblos Indígenas), 163–64

Cobo Study, 158

COCOPA (Comisión de Concordia y Pacificación), 193

coffee economy, 109–15, 122

Collier, George, 122–23

communicative action, 254

Connolly, William, 24, 58

consensus (in deliberative democracy), 21, 233, 234, 252, 254–62, 263

Constitution (Mexican), 1, 6–8, 40, 86–88, 166, 195–96, 225

constructivism, 21, 36–37, 49, 51–53, 54, 56, 67, 74, 233, 235–38, 244, 264, 277, 280, 282, 284

contestation, 21, 24, 233, 234, 262–68

contextual theorizing, 28

corporatism, 117, 138, 146, 150

courts (as a political strategy), 193–97, 232, 271–72

critical anthropologists, 105, 129, 149, 162–63

critical liberalism, 16, 21–28, 32–33, 233–94

critical theory, 26, 28–29, 261

CRT (Critical Race Theory), 269–72

culture, cultural protection, 15–17, 20, 27, 38, 79–80, 153, 163, 186, 202–3, 205, 219, 226, 231, 246, 249, 279–82, 283, 286–87, 288

debt crisis (1982), 111, 138

decentralization, 151–53, 197

Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, 10, 148, 158–59, 185, 189, 248–49, 272, 289

de la Madrid, Miguel, 102, 151

deliberative democracy, 253–64

democracy as an indigenous political demand, 197–200

democratic boundaries/citizenship, 40–41, 61–66, 150, 181, 197, 201–5, 226, 235, 238, 264–65

democratic obligations toward excluded categories, 15–18, 20, 21, 37, 56, 57, 233–36, 290

democratic transitions (Third Wave), 148, 150–51, 181, 231

Dworkin, Ronald, 11, 39, 45

Echeverría, Luís, 100, 109, 129, 163

ejido, 87, 89, 90, 91, 93, 100, 110, 112, 141, 143

enduring injustice, 242–43

enlarged mentality, 254–56, 258–59, 260

environmental protection, 186, 205–9, 227, 267

Erikson, Erik, 53

ethnicity, 77, 79–80, 148, 236, 237, 245–46, 286, 288

EZLN (Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional), see Zapatistas

Fanon, Frantz, 71

feminism, 186, 197, 209–12, 228

FIPI (Frente Independiente de Pueblos Indios), 7, 8, 169–72, 185

Fox, Jonathan, 104

Fox, Vicente, 185, 189, 191–92, 200, 213, 226, 231

Fraser, Nancy, 282–83

Gálvez, Xochitl, 213–15

gender, 15, 17, 18, 62–64, 72, 148, 245

globalization, 10–11, 186, 198, 205–9, 227, 267

Gutiérrez, Margarita, 117, 157–58, 173–74, 189, 203

Habermas, Jürgen, 63, 252–54, 257, 259, 260–63

Harvey, Neil, 101–2, 132–34, 143

hegemony, 59

Hernández Cruz, Luis, 3–11, 78, 100, 135, 146, 147, 203

historical injustice, 238–43

human rights, 11, 31, 72, 149, 155–62, 181, 266, 269, 272, 275, 276, 287, 289–90, 291

Huntington, Samuel, 65

identity, 41–57, 77–78

ILO (International Labor Organization), 20, 190

ILO Convention 169, pages 8, 72, 148, 157, 179, 188–190, 194, 196

ILO Convention 107, page 156

IMF (International Monetary Fund), 111, 152, 215–16

indigenismo, 94–97, 99, 107, 162, 216, 219

   nuevo indigenismo, 164–65, 174, 220

Indigenous Congress (1974), 118, 129, 130, 132, 134, 145, 163

indigenous identity, 11, 31, 72, 77–78, 79, 82, 147, 149, 161, 184, 187, 197, 200, 231

Indigenous Law (2001), 189, 193–97, 211

indigenous politics, 6, 9, 11, 32, 65, 72, 82

indigenous rights movement, 9, 18–19, 69, 72, 75, 79, 147, 158–62

   (in Mexico), 170–82, 181, 183–232

INI (Instituto Nacional Indigenista), 4, 95, 96, 100, 105–6, 160, 163–69, 192, 213–25, 232

INMECAFE (Instituto Mexicano del Café), 110–14, 132–33

International Coffee Agreement, 113, 138

International Decade of the World’s Indigenous Peoples,10, 159

international law, 71–72, 154–62, 184, 195, 232, 275, 276, 287

La Jornada, 178

Kymlicka, Will, 11, 13, 35, 39, 41, 44–46, 246–47, 277, 279

Lacandón, 93, 101, 102, 118, 120–22, 125, 141, 143–44, 171, 204, 218, 227

Laclau, Ernesto, 72

land, 5–6, 112, 240–41

   communal, 6, 87–88, 92

   redistribution, 88–90, 92, 101, 103, 106, 112–13, 137, 142, 204

liberalism, 21–24, 25, 34, 36, 41, 69–70, 210, 235, 265, 268–69, 277–78, 283

   in Mexico 80, 84–87

Liberation Theology, 118, 125–27, 137, 145, 175

Locke, John, 22

López Portillo, José, 101–2, 143, 163–64

Los Altos, 120, 122–25

Macedo, Stephen, 12, 39

Macpherson, C.B., 22

Maoist activists, 127–29, 137, 145, 177

maquiladora, 227–28

Mehta, Uday, 22

memory (role in constituting identity and politics), 249–51

Menchú, Rigoberta, 2, 140–41, 177

Mexican colonial period, 79–81, 82–83, 88

Mexican indigenous policy, 80, 82, 93–94, 99, 105, 149, 162–69, 216–18

Mexican national identity, 96–97, 115, 163, 188

Mexican Revolution, 6, 30, 80–81, 87–92

migration, 120–21

Mill, John Stuart, 63

multiculturalism, 11–12, 26, 29, 34–35, 237, 246, 287, 288

North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), 1, 32, 139–41, 143, 178, 198, 205, 227

neo-liberalism, 31, 35, 66, 69, 108, 119, 138–45, 148, 150–51, 181, 206, 226, 229–30

OAS (Organization of American States), 156–57, 161, 195–96

OCEZ (Organización Campesina Emiliano Zapata), 131, 136–38, 144–45

oil economy, 108–12, 122

Okin, Susan Moller, 14, 212, 220

Orive Berlinguer, Adolfo, 128, 134

Orozco, José Clemente, 97

PAN (Partido Acción Nacional), 123–24, 186, 192, 200, 213

Pateman, Carole, 22

Pátzcuaro, 94–95

peasant, 18, 19, 30–31, 75, 76, 79, 81, 82, 88–89, 90–91, 93, 94, 102, 115, 147, 170, 175–77, 200, 261, 267

   political organization, 101–3, 106–7, 109, 114–16, 117–19, 122, 130–46, 180

Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, 10, 155, 159–62, 212, 225

Plan Puebla Panamá, 161, 189, 226–30

political identity, 18, 20, 26, 29, 30, 37–38, 53, 57–78, 119, 130, 255, 260–62, 267, 275

power, 26–27

PP (Política Popular), 128

PRD (Partido de la Revolución Democrática), 4, 104, 125, 167, 192

PRI (Partido Revolucionario Institucional), 2, 9, 30, 88–89, 92, 93, 98–99, 104, 109, 118, 122–25, 146, 149, 179, 184, 192, 198–200, 202–3, 220

principle of affected interest, 264–68

privatizing cultural groups, 12–14, 38–40, 41

procedural conceptions of the source of justice, 21, 233, 252–54

PRODESCH (Programa de Desarollo del Estado de Chiapas), 99–101, 109, 131

proletariat, 5, 10, 102, 177

protecting cultural groups, 12, 14, 39–41, 219

Protestantism, protestant missionaries, 118, 121, 124–25, (expulsions) 221–22,

quincentenary, 8, 172–73, 174

race, 15–18, 20, 62–64, 72, 77, 79–80, 148, 245–46, 288

Ramona, Comandanta, 210

RAPs (Regiones Autónomas Pluriétnicas) model, 170–71

Rawls, John, 11, 39, 40, 42–44, 69–70, 252

recognition, 14, 29, 34–35, 38, 47–48, 154, 157, 191, 197, 224, 283

rights, 21, 25, 27–28, 30, 71–72, 148, 150–51, 226, 231–32, 264, 268–75

   collective rights, 26, 191, 194, 223–24, 233, 269, 277, 279, 280–82, 284, 287, 288, 290, 291

   individual rights, 26, 155, 223, 233, 269, 275, 277–78, 279, 282, 284, 287, 290–91

   membership rights, 26, 233, 234–35, 268–92

   1st, 2nd, 3rd generation rights, 26, 235, 272, 287–89, 291

   in the Mexican Constitution, 85–86

   rights as promise, 272–74

Rivera, Diego, 97

Ruiz, Margarito, 7, 151, 167, 170–72, 178–81, 200, 203, 215

Ruiz, Samuel, 125–27, 128, 129

Rus, Jan, 98, 122

Salinas de Gortari, Carlos, 104, 138–39, 168–69

San Andrés Peace Accords, 3, 181, 189, 191, 193, 204–5

Sandel, Michael, 11, 42–43

Sartre, Jean-Paul, 71

Scott, Joan, 68

self-determination/self-government, 7, 9, 11, 14, 65, 72, 193, 197, 201–5, 261, 285–87, 289

Shapiro, Ian, 28, 264–68

Smith, Rogers, 19, 20

Solidarity, 104–6

state

   obligations toward excluded categories, 15–18, 20, 21, 37, 56, 57, 233, 237, 276, 279, 290

   role in constituting identity, 57–58, 59, 66–68, 79, 81, 115, 276, 279, 285

Stavenhagen, Rodolfo, 188

structural categories, 17, 24, 26, 30, 61, 69, 237, 278, 288

structural injustice, 24, 234, 243–52, 260, 286, 290

structural origins of ethnic groups, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 26, 30, 37, 49, 51–52, 56, 233–34, 236–38, 243, 288

structural theory of obligation, 233–34, 251

Subcomandante Marcos, 1, 24, 129, 147, 176, 193, 203

subsistence agriculture, 107–8, 115, 117, 140–41, 143

supersession thesis (Waldron), 239–41

Taylor, Charles, 11, 13, 38, 39, 41, 46–49, 64

Thompson, E. P., 68

Tlatelolco massacre, 162

Tojolabal, 170–72

traditional practices, 120–22, 124–25, 143, 194, 202, 209, 220–22, 226

Tully, James, 28

tyranny of the majority, 13

Tzeltal, 2, 121, 147

Unión de Ejidos/ Unión de Uniones, 100–1, 128, 131, 132–34, 143

United Nations, 10, 20, 155, 158–62, 183–84, 276

universalism, 15, 27, 34, 233, 236, 247

usos y costumbres, 7, 152–54, 194, 201–2, 205

Villa, Pancho, 87, 175

Waldron, Jeremy, 239–40, 242, 249–50

Warman, Arturo, 108, 168

WGIP (Working Group on Indigenous Populations), 10, 154, 158–62, 208

Williams, Melissa, 250–51, 257–58

World Bank, 152–54, 184, 215–16

WSF (World Social Forum), 184, 187, 207

WTO (World Trade Organization), 206–7

Yashar, Deborah, 18, 138, 150

Young, Iris, 61, 255–57, 284

Zapata, Emiliano, 6, 87, 89, 175

Zapatistas, 1–3, 9, 69, 103, 148–49, 161, 169, 175–82, 184, 186, 189, 193, 197–200, 202–5, 209–12, 226, 231

Zedillo, Ernesto, 200


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