Puerto Rico: Independence Is a Necessity





“Our peo­ple are becom­ing aware of their own strength, which is what the colo­nial pow­ers fear,” explains Puer­to Rican inde­pen­dence leader Rafael Can­cel Miran­da. In two inter­views, Can­cel Miranda–one of five Puer­to Rican Nation­al­ists impris­oned by Wash­ing­ton for more than 25 years until 1979–speaks out on the bru­tal real­i­ty of U.S. colo­nial dom­i­na­tion, the cam­paign to free Puer­to Rican polit­i­cal pris­on­ers, the exam­ple of Cuba’s social­ist rev­o­lu­tion, and the resur­gence of the inde­pen­dence move­ment today.

Pho­tos. Appen­dix: Polit­i­cal pris­on­ers in U.S. pris­ons in 1998. Now with enlarged type.

Also avail­able in: Far­si, Spanish
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