24 January 2013- - lecture 2

Taxes tithes tribute mandate the native populations

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Taxes, tithes, tribute Mandate the native populations start to earn money to pay Broken, dysfunctional system
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Their work is often not rewarded in cash, rather in kind or goods which they cannot use  to pay their financial obligations Indians no longer have the opportunity to work land for subsistence in the pueblos The needs of the pueblo are not fulfilled If you’re not producing enough things on your agriculture land,  Contributes to the growing impoverishment of the Indian community They’re tied together Haciendas aren’t even an inefficient way of generating revenue Bourbon reforms work to improve the economic stagnation that is occurring within the  colonies Economic arrangement that is not working Long standing colonial legacies Race/Ethnicity To understand racial differences you have to understand  Racial lines were not as rigid in colonial Latin America as in north America Wealth played a major role in social stratification Military Wanted the colonies to be more self sustaining “Fuero militar” Military is exempt from civilian oversight or authority Legal privileges Divorce between civilian and military authority is the reason Tupac Amaru
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Led a revolt in Peru in the 1780s Wanted mestizo and Indian rights, but ultimately promoted the re-rise of the Incan  empire Cultural and political ties to the Hispanic elite His followers, though, desire a restoration of the pre-conquest subsistence  This divergence is partially why the rebellion fails
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