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Decolonization Models for America’s Last Colony
Puerto Rico

Ángel Collado-Schwarz

Paper $29.95    |    978-0-8156-0963-6    |    2012

"This book should be obligatory reading for those who believe that Puerto Rico’s future should be more prosperous than its past."—Moisés Naím, former editor in chief, Foreign Policy

"Underlines the sad political history of Puerto Rico, presents its recent past inadequate economic results and its current calamitous situation, and argues vigorously and convincingly for resolving its colonial status."—James Wolfensohn, president of the World Bank, 1995–2005

"The author combines a bold vision with a fresh approach, both to the island’s current problems and to its potentially prosperous future."—Thomas L. Hughes, former US assistant secretary of state and former president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

"This is an important work which connects the collapse of the Puerto Rican economy with the island’s unresolved political relationship with the United States."—Peter R. Rosenblatt, former ambassador to the Negotiations on the Future Political Status of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands

  Decolonization Models
for Americas Last Colony Puerto Rico

Ángel Collado-Schwarz   Ángel Collado-Schwarz is the founder and chairman of the Fundación Voz del Centro, a cultural NGO, and the producer and host of the radio program La Voz del Centro, which has aired more than 400 episodes since 2002, in Puerto Rico, New York, and Chicago, over Univision Radio ( Collado-Schwarz has published four books: Voces de la Cultura 1, Voces de la Cultura 2, Voces de la Cultura 3, and Soberanías Exitosas. All four have been presented at the Guadalajara International Book Fair, as well as in San Juan. Some have also been presented in New York, Madrid, Santo Domingo, and La Habana. Born in Puerto Rico, Collado-Schwarz holds a doctorate in contemporary Latin American history from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

6 x 9, 304 pages, 6 maps, 3 tables, bibliography, index

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