Between Worlds of Exchange: Ethnicity among Peruvian Market Women:

Linda J. Seligmann

The street worries the rich, its disorder and daily uncertainty represent a constant threat. ... One has to ... disperse the populace, control these immoderate gestures of a violence that is only the mirror image of their own daily life ... yet to prevent a crowd from forming is not sufficient. ... One has to go further: make hygienic, cleanse [and] enlighten these obscure masses. ... There follows a determined volition to construct a productive and pacified space.

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