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Collective Memory and the Persistence of Injustice: From Hawaiʻi's Plantations to Congress--Puerto Ricans' Claims to Membership in the Polity

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Title: Collective Memory and the Persistence of Injustice: From Hawaiʻi's Plantations to Congress--Puerto Ricans' Claims to Membership in the Polity
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Susan Kiyomi Serrano. Collective Memory and the Persistence of Injustice: From Hawaiʻi's Plantations to Congress--Puerto Ricans' Claims to Membership in the Polity. 20 Rev. of L. and Soc. Just 3 (2011)
Pages/Duration: 80 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/54327
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