War Against All Puerto Ricans

Author: Nelson A Denis
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1568585020
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Nelson A. Denis tells this powerful story through the controversial life of Pedro Albizu Campos, who served as the president of the Nationalist Party.

Puerto Ricans In The U S

Author: Kal Wagenheim
Publisher: Cultural Survival
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A decade later, the thirteen U.S. colonies rebelled against England. When the
British closed the ports of Jamaica ... The 19th Century: A Nation is Born After 300
years as a small, relatively neglected Spanish colony, Puerto Rico "came of age"
during the 19th century. The U.S. War of Independence, the French Revolution,
the revolt of Haitian slaves in 1791, and the Latin American wars of
independence in 1808-1824— all had their impact upon the island. The reforms
of 1765, allowing ...

Breakthrough

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"AMERICAN. LAKE". INDEPENDENCE AND SOCIALISM FOR PUERTO RICO!
FREE ALL PUERTO RICAN POLITICAL PRISONERS AND PRISONERS OF
WAR! BEFORE THE SCALES, TOMORROW And when the enthusiastic story of ...
This is the only way to break through the lies which label freedom fighters as
terrorists and which compare communism Any movement against U.S.
intervention and militarism must address the issue of Puerto Rican independence
. No form of ...

Repression

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As to the pro independence armed groups operating from time to time in Puerto
Rico, it is now usual in the United States to call "terrorists" those people who are
in fact freedom fighters, and thus delegitimize their struggle. And yet this ...
accordance with the renewed U.S. fear of revolution in the Caribbean and the
New Cold War being waged from Washington within the context of the foreign
policy called "Resurgent America," there is a current acceleration of repression in
Puerto Rico.

The American Philatelist

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The first actual governor of Puerto Rico was the famed Don Juan Ponce de Leon,
who had accompanied Columbus as a common foot soldier. Ponce de Leon
arrived in 1508 and founded the little settlement of Caparra, several miles south
of what is now the capital city of Puerto Rico, but soon moved his settlement to
the present site of San Juan and abandoned the original settlement of Villa
Caparra. The new site was named Puerto Rico, the name of the island at that
time being San ...