Indian Pride Movement Gains Power in Peru

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Peru is seeing a resurgence of what's often called "Inca nationalism" — a xenophobic movement that calls for the establishment of an indigenous political system. The movement, part of a region-wide backlash against Western culture and globalization, threatens to undermine the stability of regional governments. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.



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