The Policy of the United States Towards Its Territories with Special Reference to Puerto Rico
"This work, of considerable value in terms of the constitutional history of Puerto Rico, discusses the historical background of U.S. territorial policy prior to 1898. The second part deals with events subsequent to that date."
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