Presents a personal journey through Puerto Rico's rich cultural traditions, revealing the remarkable stories of its revolutionaries, abolitionists, poets and politicians, whose struggle for national identity unfolds within the history of relations between Puerto Rico and the United States.
From one owner to another, 1508-1898 -- Caña, 1898-1930 -- Visions of independence, 1930-1940 -- Bread, land, and liberty, 1940-1950 -- Repression and reaction, 1950-1960 -- Puertoriqueĩdad -- Toward statehood, 1960-1970 -- Decade of destruction, 1970-1980 -- The future
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