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Bolivian Studies Volume VI, 1996
Table of Contents
To the Reader						ix

The Export Roots of Bolivian Caudillo Politics:
The Cinchona Bark Boom and Belzu's Jacquerie
Carlos Perez						11

Potosi, the King of all Mountains, and the Envy
of All Kings
Ward Stavig						41

La Bio-Bibliografia Bolivian de Werner Guttentag
Jose Roberto Arze					62

Manuel Vargas:  el escritor
Ricardor Pastor						71

Distancias y Literatura
Victor Montoya y Manuel Vargas				72

Manuel Vargas and his works
Nelly S. Gonzalez					92

Bolivia in Australia:  a Locality, a Massacre,
a Booklet
Charles Arnade and John Ferry			       100

Adolfo Caceres Romero:  escritor a carta cabal
Ricardo Pastor					       120

Adolfo Caceres Romero:  A Selected Bibliograpy
Nelly S. Gonzalez				       122

Rene Hohenstein Ara
Mario Soria					       126

Bolivian Tin in the World Market:  Mitre's and 
Contreras' Works
John Hillman					       132

Hankho Mallko  (El condor blanco)
Reinaldo Alcazar				       140

Renanto Prado Oropeza:  _Los fundadores del alba_
y el conflicto social
Elena Ferrufino					       144

Recent Bolivia Publications
Sandra Chavarria				       153

Bolivian Scholars				       156

Bolivian Scholars Data Form			       164

Style Sheet					       165

Subscription form				       166

Avisos						       167

For More information about this journal write or call:
Dr. Ricardo Pastor
Dept. Of Modern Foreign Languages
Saginaw Valley State University
University Center, MI 48710-0001
Tel. (517) 790-4486
Fax. (517) 790-7656
E-mail:pastor@tardis.svsu.edu

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