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  1. Government financing of political parties in Puerto Rico (Citizens' Research Foundation. Study) by Henry Wells, 1961
  2. Government financing of political parties in Puerto Rico: A supplement (Citizens' Research Foundation. Study no. 4, supplement) by Henry Wells, 1966
  3. Puerto Rico: Land of Lost Dreams: Politics, Religion, and the ''Rican'' Way by T. J. Mihelich, 2010-03-29
  4. Puerto Rico's Future: A Time to Decide (Significant Issues) by Dick Thornburgh, 2007-02-28
  5. Puerto Rico, Middle Road to Freedom (The Puerto Rican Experience Ser.) by Carl J. Freidrich, 1975-02
  6. Puerto Rico: La independencia es una necesidad (Spanish Edition) by Rafael Cancel Miranda, 2001-02
  7. Not of Pure Blood: The Free People of Color and Racial Prejudice in Nineteenth-Century Puerto Rico by Jay Kinsbruner, 1996-01-01
  8. Economic History of Puerto Rico by James L. Dietz, 1987-01-01
  9. Imposing Decency: The Politics of Sexuality and Race in Puerto Rico, 1870–1920 (American Encounters/Global Interactions) by Eileen J. Suárez Findlay, 1999-01-01
  10. Puerto Rico: The Trials of the Oldest Colony in the World by Jose Trias Monge, 1999-02-08
  11. Puerto Rico: Independence Is a Necessity by Rafael Cancel Miranda, 2001-02-01
  12. Puerto Rico;: Island of promise by Ruth Gruber, 1960
  13. America's Colony: The Political and Cultural Conflict between the United States and Puerto Rico (Critical America) by Pedro Malavet, 2007-11-01
  14. Puerto Rico: A Colonial Experiment by Raymond Carr, 1984-05-01

81. Accela, Inc. - Press Release - Puerto Rico Begins Inter-Government Permitting Pr
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Puerto Rico Begins Inter-Government Permitting Process and Builds
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Enterprise-wide solution provides central permitting house while streamlining process for citizens
South San Francisco (August 1, 2001) The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico today unveiled its expansion of Accela Enterprise in an effort to further streamline the permit process within Puerto Rico. The addition of eight departments using the activity management system under the coordination of the Permits and Regulations Administration, known as ARPE, enables information to be submitted and tracked by the nine different government agencies, including ARPE. ARPE will host the application in house, while outside agencies will be defined as users allowing them to report statuses and supply information while handling permits/endorsements within their own systems. Accela Enterprise, an e-government activity management solution, provides the technology for this inter-governmental collaboration.

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83. LookSmart - Government And Politics In Puerto Rico
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84. NCPA - Government And Politics Issues - Puerto Rico As A State
government and Politics Issues. puerto rico As A State. The UnitedStates House of Representatives has passed a bill which requires
Government and Politics Issues
Puerto Rico As A State
The United States House of Representatives has passed a bill which requires a vote by Puerto Ricans this year on whether their island should become another U.S. state, continue as a commonwealth or become independent. But the outlook for Senate passage is still uncertain. The islanders appear to be divided on the issue. What kind of a state would Puerto Rico be?
  • The 13.5 percent unemployment rate there is higher than any U.S. state, compared to a U.S. national average of 5.0 percent.
  • Those who do have jobs tend to be relatively more skilled and bilingual.
  • Its economy grew 2.5 percent in 1997 compared to an overall 3.8 percent rate for the 50 states.
  • Per capita personal income is only $8,000 on the island compared with roughly $18,000 in the poorest state, Mississippi, and $26,000 in the nation as a whole.
  • Its gross domestic product in 1997 was estimated at $47.29 billion roughly the size of Columbus, Ohio, or Orlando, Florida.
Curiously for an area with balmy weather and tropical beaches, the percentage of jobs in tourism is below the U.S. average of about 10 percent. Source: Lucinda Harper, "Puerto Rice Offers Mixed Merits as State,"

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89. Welcome To Puerto Rico!
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    ABORTIONLAW AND LEGISLATIONPUERTO RICO-GOVERNMENT POLICY Noticias sobre el problema de abortos en Puerto Rico/Carlos A. Pérez, Editor, 1994., , , , , 1 VHS, 59 MIN. COL., 1994 A compilation of TV news about the desired revision of the law that regulates the practice of abortion in P.R.; presents the groups in favor and against it, and the role of the Supreme Court of the United States. ABORTIONPUERTO RICO Aborto I, II/Carmen Jovet Controversial., , , , , 1 VHS, 90 MIN. COL. 1989 Deals with various aspects of abortion, reasons, facilities, law and confronts social and religious ideas on the subject. ABORTIONU.S.PUBLIC OPINIONPRO CHOICE MOVEMENT Access Denied(abortion clinics)., , , , , 1 VHS, 28 MIN. COL. 1991 Presents the position of the pro-choice and pro-life groups and examines both sides of the abortion issue through interviews with people of opposing viewpoints. ABSOLUTISMPARLIAMENTARISMHISTORY XVII-XVIII CENTURIES AVHUM 102PROG. 10AVHS Un Rey, Una Fe, Una Ley: Absolutismo Vs. Parlamentarismo., , , , , 1 VHS, 25 MIN. COL., 1984

    95. WEPA!® Search Puerto Rico! : Government:Elections
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    Resultados de las Elecciones Generales de 2000 e informes de ingresos y gastos de partidos y candidatos; leyes y reglamentos electorales; consulta de resultados a nivel Isla y de municipios; localización de las Juntas de Inscripción...
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    98. OPEC Revenues Fact Sheet
    Country analysis brief by the United States Energy Information Administration.Category Regional Caribbean Society and Culture Reference...... Enron and Sask Energy of Canada had submitted proposals to the government of PuertoRico to build a 16mile natural gas pipeline from Guayanilla to some of the

    June 2002 Puerto Rico Fact Sheet
    The U.S. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is the largest net energy importer in the Caribbean basin. Significant new energy projects are being developed as growing domestic energy demand and declining economic growth rates have led San Juan to undertake major efforts towards fuel diversification and conservation. Note: Information contained in this report is the best available as of June 2002 and is subject to change. GENERAL BACKGROUND
    Puerto Rico's economy is one of the strongest in the Caribbean basin. Beginning in the 1950s, American firms invested heavily in Puerto Rico's industrial sector, taking advantage of significant tax incentives as well as duty-free access to US markets. As a result, Puerto Rico enjoys a highly diversified economy and good trade relations with the United States. In 1996, however, the tax incentives that American firms once enjoyed were repealed by the U.S. Congress. Since then, Puerto Rico has lost some manufacturing jobs and its economy has suffered. Puerto Rico's real Gross National Product (GNP) growth rate has been declining since 1998. GNP in 2001 totaled approximately $45 billion, indicating real growth of only 1% over 2000. The year 2001 was a particularity difficult one, as Puerto Rico's largest trading partner, the United States, suffered an economic slowdown. The United States accounts for approximately 88% of Puerto Rico's exports and 56% of its imports. Puerto Rico's official planning board, as well as independent analysts, predict an economic revitalization in 2003 in tandem with U.S. economic recovery.

    99. The Government
    other federal government agency. The currency is the US Dollar. PuertoRico's government. THE SENATE BUILDING (Located in San Juan).
    Puerto Rico is a self-governing commonwealth in association with the United States. The chief of state is the President of the United States of America. The head of government is an elected Governor. Puerto Rico has authority over its internal affairs.United States controls: air, land and sea, immigration and emigration, nationality and citizenship, currency, maritime laws, military service, military bases, and all other federal government agency. The currency is the US Dollar. Puerto Rico's Government
    (Located in San Juan)
    Coat of Arms of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico The seal of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico The figures we see on the Coat of Arms of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico are inspired on those that appear on the Coat of Arms which the Spanish Crown granted to the Island of Puerto Rico at the beginning of the XVI Century. It was first recognized by King Ferdinand by virtue of Royal Decree on November 8, 1511, but it wasn't until March 9, 1905 that a law, establishing the official Coat of Arms was signed. It is the only one in Latin America still in official use since the conquest. The seal of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico has several figures that also are present in the seal that the Spanish Crown gave to Puerto Rico in the early part of the XVI century.

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