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In Latin America, where even today writing has remained a restricted form of expression, the task of generating consent and imposing the emergent nation-state as the exclusive form of the political, was largely conferred to the image. Furthermore, at the moment of its historical demise, the new, 'postmodern' forms of sovereignty appear to rely even more heavily on visual discourses of power. However, a critique of the iconography of the modern state-form has been missing. This volume is the first concerted attempt by ...

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    • Title: Images of Power
    • Publisher: Berghahn Books, Inc
    • Print ISBN: 9781571815330, 1571815333
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    • Edition: 2004 1st edition
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