By William I Robinson
As an research of the debatable US function within the 1990 Nicaraguan elections, this ebook exposes the duplicitous and doubtless unlawful intervention of the USA within the electoral technique of a sovereign country. Drawing on mystery files and interviews, the writer brings to gentle the clandestine actions folks officers and examines the results of the "electoral intervention venture" for US international coverage and for social switch within the 3rd international within the post-Cold battle period.
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Other demographic research has pointed to natural increase, the absence of a mining mita, the lessening virulence of disease, Andean immigration from other parts of the viceroyalty, a dispersed settlement pattern, and a cheap and abundant food supply as possible reasons for Quito's enviable position visà-vis other South American populations. 23 Nevertheless these conditions are not sufficiently different from those of many neighboring Andean regions to have made seventeenth-century Quito exempt from demographic decline; nor did they protect the region from extreme depopulation in the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries.
15701586159015911570-1591Total Total TributariesTributariesPercentageTributariesPopulationTributariesPopulation(Relación de(MoralesChangeZaruma)Figueroa)TributaryPopulationQuito 48,134240,67042,000-43,000118,14121,25024,380-43Cuenca8,0003,0001,472-82Loja3,6479,4956,00016,0002,849-52Zamora6,09311,2225,0008,100685-86Jaen8,000-10,00011,3972,654-73Quijos10,000Guayaquil2,2804,7423,0007,3552,198-27Puerto Viejo1,3772,2971,5004,1021,253-16Source: Robson Brines Tyrer, La historia demográfica y económica de la Audiencia de Quito: Población indígena e industria textil, 1600-1800 (Quito: Banco Central del Ecuador, 1988), p.
45; Alchon, Native Society, p. 80. Note: Percentage changes are impressionistic since they were calculated by averaging the Zaruma and Morales figures for 1590 and 1591 and the Tyrer and Alchon figures for the 1660s and 1670s. aTyrer (p. 31) notes that the Morales Figueroa Census of 1591 omitted several towns in the Corregimiento of Chimbo, thereby underreporting the number of tributaries there. Page 23 Most heartland populations experienced, at least on paper, a dramatic increase, particularly those of Quito and Riobamba.
A Faustian Bargain: U.S. Intervention in the Nicaraguan Elections and American Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era by William I Robinson