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A Bicentennial Without a Puerto Rican Colony

By Thomas, Piri

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Book Id: WPLBN0100002716
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Reproduction Date: 12/01/1975

Title: A Bicentennial Without a Puerto Rican Colony  
Author: Thomas, Piri
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of the Americas (Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, etc.)
Collections: Authors Community, History
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Publisher: Crisis Publishing Company, Inc.
Member Page: History Is A Weapon .org


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Thomas, P. (1975). A Bicentennial Without a Puerto Rican Colony. Retrieved from

Published in The Crisis, December 1975. As the United States prepared to celebrate the Bicentennial of the American revolution of 1776, anti-imperialists sought to call the nation back to its anti-colonial routes. A focus of many activists was the continuing U.S. control of the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico, which the U.S. has occupied since 1898.


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