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The people of Puerto Rico today are caught in a centuries-old dilemma of identity.
In this non-partisan text, Arturo Morales Carrión discusses the island's social, institutional, and cultural evolution and provides a historical perspective on all political positions.
Attention to problems related to the Puerto Rican search for identity makes this a book of special interest to Americans and Puerto Ricans alike. "Understanding the island," says the author, "involves transcending the confines of American nationalism in an effort at empathy and insight. Only through mutual understanding and respect will the United States and Puerto Rico face with hope and creativity the many baffling and thorny issues of the present."
Posted January 17, 2002
This book is great to me that i have read a lot of books on poltical and cultural history I find this book to be the most acurate of all the books that I have read I can only describe this book by saying that it is greatWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.