Salt of the Mountain: Campa Ashaninka History and Resistance in the Peruvian Jungle (review)

@article{Dean2006SaltOT,
  title={Salt of the Mountain: Campa Ashaninka History and Resistance in the Peruvian Jungle (review)},
  author={Bartholomew Dean},
  journal={The Americas},
  year={2006},
  volume={62},
  pages={464 - 466}
}
matter and studies of budgetary policy decisions can illuminate larger trends within society by laying bare the changing shape of political priorities. Also like them, he finds fiscal and budgetary data may be used to tease out the structure of factional alliances locally, regionally within the state, and to the national government. Pérez Siller’s little books thus will find an audience of scholars engaged in the very sort of research he has urged. A happy circumstance for all.