Volume 38, Number 2, 2003

Table of Contents

From: Latin American Research Review

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Editor's Foreword

pp. 3-8
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Notes on the Contributors

pp. 251-252
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Articles

Cattle, Corruption, and Venezuelan State Formation During the Regime of Juan Vicente Gomez, 1908-1935

pp. 9-33
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El Ateneo y los origenes del estado etico en Mexico

pp. 34-60
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House, Street, Collective: Revolutionary Geographies and Gender Transformation in Nicaragua, 1979-99

pp. 61-93
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Campesinos and Mexican Forest Policy During the Twentieth Century

pp. 94-126
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Research Reports and Notes

Misled by Himself: What the Johnson Tapes Reveal About the Dominican Intervention of 1965

pp. 127-146
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Review Essays

Labor in the Americas: Surviving in a World of Shifting Boundaries

pp. 147-166
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The Tragedy of American Diplomacy Revisited: U.S. Relations with Latin America and the Caribbean

pp. 167-179
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Women as Political Actors: The Move from Maternalism to Citizenship Rights and Power

pp. 180-194
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Performing on the Mexican Democratic Stage: New Actors, New Scripts

pp. 195-206
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Cuban Miami: Seeking Identity in a Political Borderland

pp. 207-219
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Indigenous Struggle

pp. 220-233
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Architecture, Design, and Planning: Recent Scholarship on Modernity and Public Spaces in Latin America

pp. 234-250
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