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5.0 out of 5 stars PReb.com comenta sobre esta obra:, March 28, 2000
This review is from: Puerto Rico: A Political and Cultural History (Paperback)
Luis Negron Hernandez: El libro se divide en dos partes. En la primera, incluye artículos de los profesores Aída Caro, Arturo Santana y Luis González Vales. Estos abarcan la colonización militar, la organización institucional y la vida social en el Puerto Rico a partir del siglo 15, hasta la sociedad de las plantaciones azucareras y la invasión norteamericana a la Isla. En la segunda parte, Arturo Morales Carrión analiza con autoridad los efectos políticos del tutelaje colonial norteamericano y las luchas que desembocaron en la nación y partidos presentes. Morales fue director de la Fundación Puertorriqueña de las Humanidades y del Centro de Investigaciones Históricas del recinto universitario de Río Piedras. Se desempeñó como Asesor del Secretario general de la OEA y como Secretario asistente del Departamento de Estado de los EE.UU. En la década del 1970 ocupó la presidencia de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. El estilo de los ilustres historiadores, los temas incluidos y sus planteamientos tan interesantes y documentados harán de esta lectura una de sus predilectas y de toda su familia.
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Initial post: Apr 27, 2009 2:16:52 PM PDT
Murat Tanyel says:
This is a book written in English. Presumably, this reviewer read a book in English and is providing a review in Spanish. It is not helpful to people like me, whose 2nd language is English but who cannot speak or read Spanish. It does not benefit a Spanish speaking person who might contemplate reading this book any more than an English review would. So, what is the point?

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 5, 2013 11:28:47 PM PDT
One can always do what I did; copy and paste the review, open a new tab to Google Translate, type "from Spanish to English", paste in the words and read. I think the person who wrote the critique wanted to make an intelligent written contribution in a language he or she understood. No harm, no fowl.
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