Title

Redefining Puerto Rico's Political Status

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1992

Abstract

Almost four decades after the U.S. government announced to the United nations that Puerto Rico had ceased to be a colony, Congress reconsidered the country's political status. In 1989, the 101st Congress initiated a legislative process that was designed to produce a bill to authorize a referendum on the political status of Puerto Rico.

Comments

This is the Publisher’s PDF of the following article made available by SoundEnd Press (Boston) © 1992: Caban, P (1992). Redefining Puerto Rico's Political Status. Colonial Dilemma: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Puerto Rico. 19-39.

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