Sources for Episode S1 E7:
“Educating the Elite and Laying the Groundwork for Revolution.”


As I said in the podcast, I am deeply grateful to Pastor Gustavo Loza for sharing his article, “The Mission of the Methodist Church as Part of History in Bolivia: The Education of the Indigenous,” which he wrote in July 2007.

http://THE MISSION OF THE METHODIST CHURCH IN AS PART OF THE HISTORY IN BOLIVIA The education with the indigenous – Weaving the big multicolour Aguayo from Aymara people. (Summary) By Gustavo Loza

(Summary) July 1970 – Cochabamba, Bolivia

(Gustavo is an IEMB pastor currently serving in Cochabamba


Harrington’s quotes are from this article on page 9.

Quote from Bishop Mortimer Arias, “Protestantism in Bolivia”, in E. Dussel’s “General History of the Church in Latin America”.

Quotes from JT Copplestone: “Methodist Mission in Bolivia” page 9 and page 32.

The story on Richard Larsen comes from Cole Blasier, “The United States and the Revolution,” in Beyond the Revolution: Bolivia Since 1952, by James M. Malloy and Richard S. Thorn, eds, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1971, p. 53.

Les Blough Quote: from Les Blough, Editor, Axis of Logic, January 25, 2009 at http://axisoflogic.com/artman/publish/Article_29435.shtml.

Thesis by Oklahoma State University PhD candidate in 1938

Missionary Photo Albums:

Board of Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church, “Mission Photo Album – South America #10 page 0091,” UMC Digital Galleries, accessed November 14, 2020, http://catalog.gcah.org/omeka/items/show/19146….
Board of Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church, “Mission Photo Album – South America #10 page 0092,” UMC Digital Galleries, accessed November 14, 2020, http://catalog.gcah.org/omeka/items/show/19147. 1955-58.
Board of Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church, “Mission Photo Album – South America #10 page 0110,” UMC Digital Galleries, accessed November 14, 2020, http://catalog.gcah.org/omeka/items/show/19165….