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 Brief History of the Puerto Rican elections
   - Brief history of elections in Puerto Rico
 Chronology of governors in Puerto Rico
   -1- Chronology of the Governors of the 16th Century
   -2- Chronology of the Governors of the 17th Century
   -3- Chronology of the Governors of the 18th Century
   -4- Chronology of the Governors of the 19th Century
   -5- Chronology of U.S. Governor (1898-1946)
   -6- Puerto Rican Governors
 Political Speeches
   -Political Speeches
 Trade Union Movement and the Government
   -Iglesias Pantín, Santiago
   -Labor Struggles and Unions in Puerto Rico
 Laws
   -Foraker Act
   -Jones Act
   -Supreme Court of Puerto Rico
 Jurist
   -Chronology of Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (1952 - 2009)
   -Córdova Dávila, Félix
   -Torruella del Valle, Juan R.
 Politicians
   - Degetau González, Federico
   -Arcelay de la Rosa, María Luisa
   -Baldorioty de Castro, Román
   -Celso Barbosa, José
   -Concepción de Gracia, Gilberto
   -Matienzo Cintrón, Rosendo
   -Piñero Jiménez, Jesús T.
   -Ramos Antonini, Ernesto
   -Sánchez Vilella, Roberto
2012 General Election Results for Puerto Rico: 2013-2016 term
Centralized and Federated States
Citizen Participation
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
Electoral Campaign Financing
Historical Antecedents of Parliament (I)
Historical Antecedents of Parliament (II)
Human Rights
Introduction: The Modern State
Introduction: The Parliamentary Institution
Jurisdictional Limits of the Puerto Rican Judicial System
Legislative Donations
Minority Representation in the Legislature
Mission of the Judicial Branch
Organization of the Executive Branch
Origins of the Puerto Rican Legislature
Origins of the Puerto Rico Senate
Oversight
Parliamentary and Presidential Systems
Political Parties in Puerto Rico
Public Corporations (I)
Public Corporations (II)
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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