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The Junta Pro-Desocupados (Unemployment Council, founded 1931) in Lima, Peru believed that adequate housing for workers could help stop the rise of militancy.  A new worker housing project initiated... [Item of the Day]
On 17 May 1980, the eve of Peru's presidential election, groups of armed youths attacked polling places in the southern Andean department of Ayacucho. This marked the beginning of the Shining Path's... [Item of the Day]
Anarchist ideas and publications circulated widely in Peru by the first decade of the 20th century. Manuel González Prada, an aristocrat and poet, and a handful of radical immigrant intellectuals... [Item of the Day]