The one that produces more power) had C Level Executive List been taken away. Certainly, until before Morales the domination of the "non-indigenous" in Bolivia occurred in almost every aspect of social life. However, the exercise of the Presidency of C Level Executive List the State and the prominence of the ethnic, which includes the denomination as "plurinational" of the "new country", made the Castilian-speakers7they began to imagine themselves in racial terms as well. Before the plurinational state, the 'non-indigenous' saw themselves, just like C Level Executive List the 'whites' in Western societies generally, as 'common people'.
To conceive of it in another way would have C Level Executive List reversed the liberal conception that we are all equal and led to a profound inversion of the myth of equality.8. Although the color of the skin certainly has more of an elective affinity than a C Level Executive List causal relationship with the socio-economic situation, and the racial imaginary works in many cases above reality, Bolivia is read in a simplified way as a country of C Level Executive List powerful «whites», descendants of Spaniards, and original indigenous, poor and exploited.
Obviously, both the imaginary and the C Level Executive List facts (the distribution of wealth in ethnic and racial terms) are rather the product of the consequences of the Spanish occupation, since the policies of subjugation of the original C Level Executive List inhabitants (serfdom and slavery) affected an income distribution that today is structured differently. Thus, the majority of indigenous people in Bolivia live below the poverty line. The weight of this fact establishes two perceptions in a dual way: one is imposed by the, it is a personification C Level Executive List born of the exaltation of difference that precisely challenges them as «abusive» and responsible for historical debts to the natives.