Dorais’ Journey to Indo-América is a valuable contribution to both the expansive literature on the American Popular Revolutionary Alliance (apra) and the expanding field of work on interwar transnational networks in the Americas. apra was a political movement with origins in student-led reform and anti-imperialist groups in 1920s Peru. It eventually gained adherents throughout the Western hemisphere and yielded a political party in Peru that continues to operate today. Dorais manages to chart a new path in apra’s well-trodden history by framing her work as “a detailed case study to understand better how political exile … shaped the growth of interwar Latin America’s left” (15). Centering the experience of exile leads Dorais to emphasize the transnational dimensions of the movement’s rise—an approach already applied in recent studies of prominent Apristas. Dorais’ focus on transnational networks also follows recent studies of other interwar political and social movements, such...

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