Soldiers Of The Nation
Military Service And Modern Puerto Rico, 1868-1952
de Harry Franqui-Rivera
Sobre o livro
Argues that the emergence of strong and complicated Puerto Rican national identities is deeply rooted in the long history of colonial military organisations on the island. Harry Franqui-Rivera examines the patterns of inclusion-exclusion within the military and the various forms of citizenship that are subsequently transformed into socioeconomic and political enfranchisement.