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Oscar Cornblit: Power and violence in the colonial city. Oruro from the mining renaissance to the rebellion of Tupac Amaru (1740–1782), traducción de Elizabeth Ladd Glick, Cambridge University Press, 1995, X + 227 pp., bibliografía, índice de nombres y materias.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 April 2010

Carlos Rodríguez Braun
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Universidad Complutense

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Oscar Cornblit: Power and violence in the colonial city. Oruro from the mining renaissance to the rebellion of Tupac Amaru (1740–1782), traducción de Elizabeth Ladd Glick, Cambridge University Press, 1995, X + 227 pp., bibliografía, índice de nombres y materias.
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