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 Creole Literature in the 21th Century
 The Novel-Testimony an the Slave Society
 Reconsideration of the African Culture
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 -Caribbean Artists Movement (CAM)
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 Lighthouse of Puerto Rico
 Puerto Rico's Economy under Spanish Rule
 Puerto Rico's Economy during the 19th Century
 -Puerto Rico's Economy under Spanish Rule
 -Section 936
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 -The 500 Acres Law
 -The Arrival of the Train in Puerto Rico
 -The Decline of the Coffee Industry in Puerto Rico
 -The Devaluation of the Peso and the Imposition of the Dollar as Official Currency
 -The Economic Reasons for the U.S. Invasion of Puerto Rico
 -The Encomienda System
 -The Era of Light Industry (1948- 1965): Clothing, Textiles and Canning Industries
 -The First Steps of the Union Movement
 -The Food Stamp Program
 -The Hegemony of Foreign Capital in Puerto Rico's Economy
 -The Inclusion of Puerto Rico in Cabotage Laws and its Economic Impact on the Island
 -The Laborers' Notebook
 -The Needlework Industry and its Impact on Gender Relations
 -The New Deal Programs
 -The Period of Heavy and Semi-Heavy Industry (1965-1982)
 -The Petroleum Refining Industry in Puerto Rico
 -The Puerto Rican Economy in the Post-War Era
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 -Legal issues with the conservation of the karst region
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 Puerto Rico in the world
 About the project :Puerto Rico in the World
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 San Juan: the city that grew beyond its walls
  What`s the common denominator among Puerto Ricans
 Brief History of the Puerto Rican elections
 Chronology of governors in Puerto Rico
 Political Speeches
 Trade Union Movement and the Government
 -2012 General Election Results for Puerto Rico: 2013-2016 term
 -Centralized and Federated States
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 -Contradictions of Legislative Representation in Puerto Rican Culture
 -Contradictions of Modern Democracies: Hostile Attitudes and Social Violence by the State
 -Corruption and Social Capital
 -Democratic Systems: Monarchic Antecedents
 -Development of the Institution of the Governor
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 -Historical Antecedents of Parliament (I)
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 -Human Rights
 -Introduction: The Modern State
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 -Jurisdictional Limits of the Puerto Rican Judicial System
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 -Organization of the Executive Branch
 -Origins of the Puerto Rican Legislature
 -Origins of the Puerto Rico Senate
 -Parliamentary and Presidential Systems
 -Political Parties in Puerto Rico
 -Public Corporations (I)
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 -Public Financing
 -Puerto Rican Political Culture
 -Puerto Rico's Constitutional Legislative Structure
 -Routine Measures of Exception
 -Social Capital, Democracy and Economic Development
 -Sovereignty of the State
 -State of Exception
 -State of Exception and Corruption
 -States and Rights
 -System of Subsidization
 -The Age of Enlightenment and Citizen Autonomy: The Origin of the Democratic Republic Structure
 -The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
 -The Commonwealth Constitution and the Legislature
 -The Components of Social Capital
 -The Early Years of the Puerto Rico Legislature
 -The Government and the State's Finances
 -The Governor as Head of State
 -The Institution of the Executive Branch in Puerto Rico
 -The Judicial Branch
 -The Judicial Branch and Civil Rights
 -The National Democratic State
 -The Office of Courts Administration
 -The Principle of Representation
 -The Rise of the Constitutional State
 -The Structure of the Puerto Rican Judicial System
 -The Tradition of Authoritarianism
 -The University of Puerto Rico and the State of Exception
 -Trends toward Centralization of the State
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