Peruvian leaders will stop at nothing to keep their respective goals intact. President Alan Garcia begins aggressively extracting oil, minerals, and gas from untouched indigenous Amazonian land. He is quickly met with fierce opposition from the indigenous leader Alberto Pizango. Alberto's passionate speeches against Garcia prove a powerful rallying cry from those of his supporters. When Garcia continues to ignore their pleas, a war of words erupts into deadly violence.
Peoples and markets -- Garcia's government -- Native mobilization -- A militant response -- Escalation of conflict -- Government innaction -- State force and government posturing -- Casualties and hostages -- Who's to blame -- Empty promises and continued repression -- Charges and trial -- The People united