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In 1984, Nobel Peace Prize winner & indigenous rights activist Rigoberta Menchu published her autobiographical account of life in Guatemala under a military dictatorship to great acclaim. Here, Greg Grandin investigates the historical context and political realities that underlie Menchu's past and the ongoing debate surrounding it. GREG GRANDIN is the author of Empire's Workshop, The Last Colonial Massacre, and the award-winning The Blood of Guatemala. A professor of history at New York University and a Guggenheim fellow.