PUERTO RICO AND THE INTERNATIONAL PROCESS: NEW ROLES IN ASSOCIATION
Item #: 11596
Pages: xv, 224 pp.
Published: Eagan; West Publishing Co.; 1975.
Series: STUDIES IN TRANSNATIONAL LEGAL POLICY
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL LAW
On repeated occasions, Puerto Ricans have opted for continuation as an associated state, or a Commonwealth.This work takes this option as a matrix for exploration and suggests a number of institutional devices by which Puerto Rico may play a more active international role in ways compatible with continued Commonwealth status.
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