Indians in the Lobby: Newspapers and the Limits of Andean Cosmopolitanism, 1896–1930

@article{Hiatt2012IndiansIT,
  title={Indians in the Lobby: Newspapers and the Limits of Andean Cosmopolitanism, 1896–1930},
  author={Willie Hiatt},
  journal={The Americas},
  year={2012},
  volume={68},
  pages={377 - 403}
}
JOSH: So there are these two Indians in the lobby … C. J.: Yeah? (waiting for the punch line) JOSH: No, that's not the beginning of a joke. I'm saying, … there are these two Indians in the lobby. Modernizers in Cuzco, Peru, ushered in the twentieth century by exalting newspapers as a universal vehicle for peace, prosperity, and progress. Although the city stood at more than 11,000 feet above sea level in the remote and rugged southern highlands, editors, public officials, and intellectuals were… Expand