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This response summarizes and compares three scholars' approaches (Marcelo Bohrt, Robert Albro and Pamela Calla) to the Morales administration's efforts to decolonize the government of Bolivia. Seeking the common ground among them, I find that all three recognize the importance of symbolic and discursive changes, which have allowed some previously-excluded individuals to access positions of authority within the state apparatus. On the other hand, these changes have been uneven, exposing riftsdoi:10.5195/bsj.2019.212 fatcat:dsmy2f62orb2boghxhithu62zm