They are monitored and authenticated by C Level Executive List their prerogatives of power, calling oneself "direct descendant of the Spanish" carries the responsibility of demonstrating a condition against which society would demand evidence and present C Level Executive List suspicion. By way of closing, The collusion between the racial imaginary and social class shows Bolivians differentiated (segregated) and hierarchical (discriminated) based on C Level Executive List perceptions about the quality of their economy (formal or informal), the nature of their work ( employee or employer) and the function of their trade (supplier or consumer). Precisely, it is clear that the most internalized C Level Executive List aspects of racial, of the (and of the indigenous), have to do with their class stratification and the processes of differentiation resulting from it. Certainly, the "non-indigenous" have C Level Executive List appropriated their "democratic" condition and the indigenous, their "popular" one. Based on the fact that some would be gentrified while others are proletarianized, the politicization of identity makes the C Level Executive List indigenous people prefer a government of the mas and the «whites», absolutely any alternative to it. Even when identity is variable and volatile, the C Level Executive List aforementioned ucb study clearly shows that the aspirations of common origin and destiny appear clearly opposed in each of the racialized segments. Thus, labeling "whites" as "rich and C Level Executive List empowered" and indigenous people as "rebellious poor" is internalized as a consequence of the concern that the "other" is a practical threat to one's well-being. There, self-affirmation and personification are combined, establishing specific relationships of reinforcement in one and resistance in the C Level Executive List other, which produce the politicization of the racial imaginary of Bolivia.