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Exodus From a Historic Puerto Rican Town, With No End in Sight

Exodus From a Historic Puerto Rican Town, With No End in Sight By FRANCES ROBLES JULY 16, 2017 An abandoned furniture store in Lares, P.R. The town in the mountainous heart of the Caribbean island has lost more people to … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s Slide 5-9-17 Bloomberg

https://www.bloomberg.com/quicktake/puerto-ricos-slide Puerto Rico’s Slide By Michelle Kaske | Updated May 9, 2017 1:54 PM UTC Puerto Rico has the population of Connecticut and an economy smaller than Nebraska’s. It also has more debt — $70 billion — than any U.S. state government except California, New … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy leaves US island facing hard times

https://www.yahoo.com/news/puerto-ricos-bankruptcy-leaves-us-island-facing-hard-020039188.html Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy leaves US island facing hard times Elodie CUZIN AFPJune 6, 2017 View photos People walk past murals protesting the state of the economy in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as the former Spanish colony of 3.5 million, … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s Newest Problem: The Population Can Leave Even If The Debts Don’t

Puerto Rico is a lesson in the failure of Socialism as it drives the productive members of society to leave or work less, just as it happened in Cuba and Venezuela, Puerto Rico’s Latin neighbors. http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2016/01/05/puerto-ricos-newest-problem-the-population-can-leave-even-if-the-debts-dont/#7318f6fb3812 Jan 5, 2016 @ … Continue reading

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