Includes bibliographical references (pages 371-407) and index.
pt. 1. Introduction. Development, class, and dependency -- Peru : "un pais minero" -- Mining policy and policymaking after 1968 -- World industries and world markets in nonferrous metals -- pt. 2. Mining transnationals and the Peruvian state. Southern Peru copper versus an assertive state : the Cuajone Project -- The decline and fall of Cerro de Pasco -- pt. 3. Institutional foundations of the Peruvian mining bourgeoisie. The medium-mining subsector -- Parastatal enterprise in Peruvian mining -- pt. 4. Mining and development : a class analysis. The bourgeoisie and middle class of the mineria -- The mining industry and the claims of labor -- pt. 5. Conclusions. The new bourgeoisie and the limits of dependency.
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