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February 9, 1993 | William R. Long, This article was reported by Times staff writers Juanita Darling in Mexico, Tracy Wilkinson in Guatemala and William R. Long in Peru and by special correspondent Stan Yarbro in Colombia. It was written by Long
Tupac Amaru, fed up with the oppressive treatment of Peruvian Indians in the 18th Century, headed a bloody native rebellion against the Spanish colonial Establishment until he was captured and brutally executed. The Spanish crushed the revolt but ended up granting a few of the reforms that Tupac Amaru had demanded. The struggle for Indian rights in Latin America, it seems, has never been easy. But the struggle goes on.
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February 9, 1993 | William R. Long, This article was reported by Times staff writers Juanita Darling in Mexico, Tracy Wilkinson in Guatemala and William R. Long in Peru and by special correspondent Stan Yarbro in Colombia. It was written by Long
Tupac Amaru, fed up with the oppressive treatment of Peruvian Indians in the 18th Century, headed a bloody native rebellion against the Spanish colonial Establishment until he was captured and brutally executed. The Spanish crushed the revolt but ended up granting a few of the reforms that Tupac Amaru had demanded. The struggle for Indian rights in Latin America, it seems, has never been easy. But the struggle goes on.
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