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Translated by Carlos Degregori Caso. Building on a edited volume by Peruvian historian Alberto Flores Galindo, Golte was one of the first to provide detailed economic context to the uprising that swept through the central Andes in the penultimate decade of the eighteenth century. Golte used archival material from the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, the British Library in London, and the Biblioteca Nacional in Lima to shed light on what is now seen as an important turn toward more-capitalist modes of production in the Andean highlands.

His detailed research drew on letters from colonial officials and testimonies of indigenous participants in the rebellion; royal decrees and acts of government from the century before the rebellion; economic reports detailing colonial labor conditions, wages, tribute payments, and merchandise distribution; court cases; and colonial inventories and geographic descriptions of the territory. He used this material to argue for a deeper understanding of the prior role of the reparto in the subsequent bloody revolt.

Golte divided his monograph into five parts: commercial development; socioeconomic bases; the reparto system and its effects; indigenous protests against the reparto ; and the end of the system and subsequent economic crisis that followed the uprising. According to Golte, these measures spurred an almost thirty-year economic boom beginning in He also examines how the opposing economic interests of other social groups, from mestizos to the Catholic Church, were at times aligned against the repartos.

Not all communities were impacted the same, however, creating a patchwork of responses, from resignation to revolt. Golte emphasizes the challenge officials faced to force Andean communities to work in colonial industries.

The fourth part focuses on the transition of resistance from early forms of protest, as noted above, to more organized resistance as community surpluses and capacity to pay were eroded by the reparto. This process culminated in the uprising and the later abolition of the system as a whole.

While acknowledging the relative difficulty of finding documents on these early protests, Golte uses a series of archived lawsuits found at the AGI to create a timeline of protests ranging from to , demonstrating the content of early complaints against the system. For example, in the corregidor of the village of Callalli was attacked and almost killed after trying to force the community to buy sick mules. The corregidor later returned with a gang and sacked the village in reprisal for their resistance.

While beyond the scope of this work, it would have been interesting to see more about the broader political and industrial changes in Europe that drove these policies in the Americas. Still, Repartos y Rebeliones remains valuable precisely because it focuses on the economic processes that fueled what became the largest uprising against Spanish colonial rule in the Americas.

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Translated by Carlos Degregori Caso. Building on a edited volume by Peruvian historian Alberto Flores Galindo, Golte was one of the first to provide detailed economic context to the uprising that swept through the central Andes in the penultimate decade of the eighteenth century. Golte used archival material from the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, the British Library in London, and the Biblioteca Nacional in Lima to shed light on what is now seen as an important turn toward more-capitalist modes of production in the Andean highlands. His detailed research drew on letters from colonial officials and testimonies of indigenous participants in the rebellion; royal decrees and acts of government from the century before the rebellion; economic reports detailing colonial labor conditions, wages, tribute payments, and merchandise distribution; court cases; and colonial inventories and geographic descriptions of the territory. He used this material to argue for a deeper understanding of the prior role of the reparto in the subsequent bloody revolt.

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