Contesting Markets: Analyses of Ideology, Discourse and Practice

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7, Reglamento para las Canchas de Abasto, Mariano Terán, Junta de Propietarios, Potosí 29. 7. 1845.
40.
Archivo Histórico de Potosí, Prefectura Departamental (Expedientes) 209 f. 4r-v ( 1830).
41.
Manuela Mayora de Jimenez, to the Lieutenant-Colonel Governor of Porco Province (Puna 5. 2. 1858), concerning her rental of the administration of the provisions house. Interestingly, the rentee is here a woman, and no doubt herself a practised 'middle-woman' on the model already described. In this document, the word 'contrabandistas', commonly used for those illegally exporting uncoined silver, is used by Sra Mayora for all purveyors who evade paying taxes by seeking private outlets in the town for their product. Archivo Histórico de Potosí, Prefectura Departamental (Expedientes) 4663.
42.
El Lábaro Constitucional, II. 39, 10. 10. 1872.
43.
El Obrero, Año 1 no 13. 12. 1. 1876.
44.
The passage probably ironises the masonic metaphors of influential contemporary creoles, which had entered the country from Argentina and Chile. Indian religious thought, however, does not share this Manichaean approach to good and evil (see Izko 1981, Harris 1982, Platt 1983, 1987c).
45.
'Viene el toro de las negras astas,/Muera la libre estracción depastas!. This estribillo is quoted in the Potosí newspaper La Discusión (No 46, 30. 4. 1875), edited by Modesto Omiste. The Sucre correspondent ('Julius') told how he had refused to give charity to a Sucre chola, who had answered, 'ashamed, that they were in difficulties due to the free extraction of uncoined silver'. 'Julius' then remembered the Carnival chant . . . He himself rejected the explanation offered, as the 'artesans of Sucre are in enviable conditions. Their women attend the distribution [in the provisions house] to re-sell articles of first necessity, and thus maintain their husband and children: the husband only attends his workshop two or three days a week to get a few pesos for his vices'. La Plata, the capital of the colonial Audiencia of Charcas, now converted into Sucre, the capital of the republic, was of course well-supplied with the product of the Potosí mint.

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