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Copyright Date: 1980
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AFFAIR WITH
IERTO RICO Kal
t.enheim Volume 1,
u ber 2. Page 1 I.
E IN PUERTO RICO.
~in Emerson. Jr. Volume
Number 3. Page 18.
LIATOMY OF CARIBBEAN
InTY Gordon Lewis.
ldume 3. Number 1, Page 2.
ANGUILLA IMBROGLIO:
SEEN FROM LONDON.
don Lewis Volume 1,
ube 2. Page 2
AROU. THE POTTER.
raham Valdelomer.
me 2. Number 2,
e 13.
AS WATCHING. Aaron
l. Volume 6. Number 3,
40
CARIB HOUSEHOLDS.
lina Pollak Eliz.
me 2. Number 3, Page 6.
K POWER AND DOCTOR
DTICS Lloyd Best.
me 2 Number 2, Page 5.
POWER IN TRINIDAD.
il nce volumee 1,
ber 3. Page 10.
STRAP BABIES. Barry B.
ine Volume I Number 1,
6. '
ES INTO THE
INSTREAM VIA THE
CKDOOR. J RabanBilder.
me 4 Number 4, Page 18.
DAND ROSES Mela
de Alegria volume 3,
ber 2. Page 13.
VS SOUL Barry B.
V Iolume 2. Number 4,


LLERO SOLO Pablo
Volume 1. Number,
3.
O- REBEL PRIEST.
ael Garzaro. \ olume 1,
ber Page II.
RIBBEAN
MISSIONS Basil A.
Volume 4. Number 3,
36
EAN ECONOMIC
ORY Thomas Mathews.
e 3 Number 1, Page 4.
EAN INFERNO. Susan
man Volume 1,
ber4. Page 12.
RIBBEAN WATCHERS.
D Olander Volume5,
ber I. Page 35.
DE LAS AMERICAS
SE HOME? Florence L.
in. Volume 6 Number 3,
33
SA DEL DIA Jaime
s.Volume2. Number,
4.
SE OF THE MISSING
PITY Ken I Boodhoo.
e 6 Number 2, Page 3.


CENTRAL AMERICAN
ECONOMIC INTEGRATION.
Ramesh Ramsaran. Volume6,
Number 2, Page 47.
CHAIRMAN DUVALIER. Gerard
R. Latortue. Volume 2,
Number 1, Page 9.
CHE HMM. Robert Friedman.
Volume 1, Number 4, Page I 1
CHILE: POETRY AND ANTI-
POETRY. Barry Wallenstein.
Volume 5, Number 1, Page 4.
CHILE'S PAST MALAISE? Louis
Wolf Goodman. Volume 3,
Number 2, Page 14.
CHINA AND LATIN AMERICA.
Joseph D. Olander. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 35.
THE COCKFIGHT. A SHORT
STORY. Dena Hirsch.
Volume 4, Number 4, Page 15.
COCKFIGHTING IN THE 19TH
CENTURY CARIBBEAN.
Mace de Challes. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 12.
COLOMBIA: COWBOY
COUNTRY. Barry B. Levine.
Volume 1, Number2, Page 11.
CONVERSATIONS WITH
GUILLERMO. Jose M. Alonso
Garcia. Volume 5, Number 3,
Page 6.
COOLIE LABOR IN TRINIDAD.
Charles Kingsley. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 21.
CREEPING MEXICANIZATION.
Dale Truett. Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 19.
CREOLE JAMAICA. Ena
Campbell. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 42.
CUBA AND THE CARIBBEAN.
Aaron Segal. Volume 4.
Number 1 and 2, Page 40.
CUBA: CREOLE STALINISM?
Robert W. Anderson.
Volume 4, Number 1 & 2,
Page 31.
CUBAN MORALITY. Irving Louis
Horowitz. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 33.
CUBANOLOGY. Aaron Segal.
Volume 5, Number 1,
Page 40.
CUBA'S OTHER REVOLUTION.
Roberto Leyva. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 33.
CULTURAL TAG. Barry B.
Levine. Volume 1, Number 4,
Page 2.
CULTURE AND POVERTY.
Oscar Lewis. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 5.
CURANDERISMO: FOLK
PSYCHIATRY. Joan Koss.
Volume 1, Number 2, Page 6.

DAY LONG DAY A POEM.
Tino Villanueva. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 32.
THE DEATH OF POETRY:
THE '68 PUERTO RICO
ELECTION. Charlie Albizu
and Norman Matlin. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 2.
DEMYTHOLOGY OF THE
SHOWCASE. Luis Nieves
Falc6n. Volume 2, Number 3,
Page 12.


DOES FIDEL EAT MORE THAN
YOUR FATHER? Barry
Reckford. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 4.
THE DOMINICAN INVASION.
Jorge Rodriguez Beruff.
Volume 5, Number 4,
Page 45.
DOMINICAN PATRIMONY.
Harmannus Hoetink. Volume
3, Number 1, Page 6.
DON PEDRO. Benjamin Torres
Ortfz. Volume 6, Number 2,
Page'43
THE DRAINING OF SURINAM.
Ed)ard Dew. Volume 5,
Number 4, Page 8.

EARTH WORDS. Florence L.
Yudin. Volume 6, Number 2,
Page 38.
ELECTIONS SURINAM STYLE.
Edward Dew. Volume 6,
Number 2, Page 20.
ELEGY FOR A CHRISTIAN
PAGAN. Donald W. Hogg.
Volume 2, Number 2, Page 1.

A FAR CRY FROM AFRICA.
Derek Walcott. Volume 3,
Number 2, Page 4.
FOLLOWERS OF THE NEW
FAITH. Samuel Silva Gotay.
Volume 2, Number 1,
Page 11.
FRENCH WEST INDIAN
AUTONOMY. Gerard R.
Latortue. Volume 2,
Number 2, Page 8.

GALILEO, ONAN AND THE
POPE. Jeffrey J..W. Baker.
Volume 1, Number 3, Page 5.
GAME OF CHESS. Jorge Luis
Borges, translated by Harold
Morland. Volume 1, Number
3, Page 5.
GENTLEMAN WITHOUT
COMPANY (A POEM). Pablo
Neruda, translated by Robert
Bly. Volume 1, Number 2,
Page 3.
THE GREAT ZOO. Florence L.
Yudin. Volume 5, Number 3,
Page 30.
GREEN HELL. Paul Vidich.
Volume 5, Number 2, Page 31.
GUATEMALA: OCCUPIED
COUNTRY. Rafael Garzaro,
translated by Curtis Long.
Volume 1, Number 3, Page 7.
GUATEMALA'S REBELS.
Eduardo Galeano. Volume 1,
Number 3, Page 8.
GUERRILLAS IN LATIN
AMERICA. Luis Mercier
Vega. Volume 2, Number 3,
Page 9.

HAITIAN VOODOO: SOCIAL
CONTROL OF THE
UNCONSCIOUS. Nl6ida
Agosto Muftoz. Volume 4,
Number 3, Page 6.
HAITI's ART. Herve Mehu.
Volume 3, Number 1, Page 14.
HEALTH AND THE
DEVELOPING WORLD.
John Bryant. Volume 2,
Number 3, Page 7.





THE HERO AND THE CROWD.
Milton Pab6n. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 13.
A HINT OF SOMETHING BAD.
Robert W. Anderson.
Volume 5, Number 3,
Page 35.
HISTORICAL WRITING IN THE
CARIBBEAN. Thomas G.
Mathews. Volume 2,
Number 3, Page 4.
HOLLAND'S NARROWING
HORIZON. Albert Gastmann.
Volume 1, Number 1,
Page 13.
HOLY MOTHER SCHOOL.
Ivan Illich. Volume 1,
Number 3, Page 1.
HOW TO BE INDEPENDENT.
William G. Demas. Volume 6,
Number 4, Page 9.
HUMAN POEMS. Barry
Wallenstein. Volume 1,
Number 3, Page 11.
HYDROSPACE AND THE LAW
OF THE SEA. Lynden O.
Pindling. Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 6.

I SEEK A FORM. Ruben Dario.
Poem translated by Lysander
Kemp. Volume 1, Number 4,
Page 12.
IMAGINARY BEINGS &
CRONOPIOS. Kal
Wagenheim. Volume 2,
Number 2, Page 11.
IN THE HOUSE OF THE DAY.
Jaime Sabines, translated by
Philip Levine. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 4.
INEQUALITY IN LATIN
AMERICA. Luis Wolf
Goodman. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 15.
INFINITY. Barry Wallenstein.
Volume 2, Number 4,
Page 12.
INTERVIEWING CABRERA
INFANTE. J. Raban Bilder.
Volume 6, Number 4,
Page 17.
THE ISLANDER. John Hawes.
Volume 2, Number 1, Page 2.

JAMAICA'S ECONOMY. Byron
White. Volume 1, Number 3,
Page 12.
JAMAICA'S MANLEY. Gordon
K. Lewis. Volume 5, Number
2, Page 44.
JOHN WAYNE ON CUBA.
Andres Suarez. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 11.
JOURNEY TO IXTLAN. Randy
Frances Kandel. Volume 6,
Number 4, Page 32.
JUAN BOSCH'S NEW STANCE.
Kal Wagenheim. Volume 2,
Number 1, Page 10.

KOHR'S SIZE THEORY. Anatol
Murad. Volume 2, Number 4,
Page 12.

LADIES AND WHORES IN
COLONIAL BRAZIL. Ann
Pescatello. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 26.


LANDSCAPE 2 POEM. Mario
de Andrade, translated by
Jack E. Tombins. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 5.
LATIN AMERICAN
DEVELOPMENT. Galo Plaza.
Volume 1, Number 4, Page 5.
LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMIC
INTEGRATION. Ramesh
Ramsaran. Volume 5,
Number 4, Page 41.
THE LEAN LANDS. Agustin
Yihrez, translated by Ethel
Brinton. Volume 1, Number
2, Page 8.
LEFT, CENTER, RIGHT.
Norman Matlin. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 3.
THE LEPER. Jaime Carrero.
Volume 3, Number 1,
Page 10.
LET US CONSTRUCT A
WATERCLOSET. Charles H.
Allen. Volume 3, Number 1,
Page 8.
LEVI-STRAUSS IN LATIN
AMERICA. David Goddard.
Volume 1, Number 2,
Page 10.
LITERATURE AND
REVOLUTION IN CHILE.
Fernando Alegria. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 13.
LITERATURE FOR THE
PUERTO RICAN DIASPORA.
Adalberto L6pez. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 5.
LITERATURE FOR THE
PUERTO RICAN DIASPORA:
PART II. Adalberto L6pez.
Volume 6, Number 4,
Page 41.
A LITTLE BLACK BOOK. Ken
Boodhoo. Volume 5,
Number 1, Page 42.
LIVING POOR. Moritz Thomsen.
Volume 1, Number 4, Page 8.
LONDON KNOWS, DO YOU?
J. Raban Bilder. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 24.
LUCIA. (Film Review) Oliva
Espin. Volume 6, Number 4,
Page 36.

THE MAGIC OF BLACK
HISTORY: IMAGES OF
HAITI. Yvette Gindine.
Volume 6, Number 4,
Page 25.
MARIO VARGAS LLOSA. Kal
Wagenheim. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 3.
MASCARAS Y VEJIGANTES'.
THE FOLKLORE OF
PUERTO RICAN POLITICS.
C. Albizu-Miranda and
Norman Matlin. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 5.
MERCEDES. Barbara Howes.
Volume 2, Number 4, Page 5.
MEXICAN ARTISTS. Paul P.
Kennedy. Volume 4, Number
3, Page 12.
MEXICO BUDGETED. Hector
Orci. Volume 4, Number 1 &
2, Page 28.
MILITARY CUBA? Jose Antonio
Torres. Volume 4, Number
1 & 2, Page 36.


MIRROR. MIRROR. Carl Stone.
Volume 4, Number 4,
Page 28.
MODEL CITY: DAWN OR
DISASTER? Howard Stanton.
Volume 1, Number 1, Page 9.

NATIONAL DANCES OF THE
CARIBBEAN AND LATIN
AMERICA. Peggo Cromer.
Volume 6, Number 3,
Page 26.
THE NEGRO QUESTION. John
Stuart Mill. Volume 4,
Number 3, Page 24.
NERUDA IN ENGLISH. Barry
Wallenstein. Volume 1,
Number'2, Page 3.
THE NEW CARIBBEAN
HISTORY. Anthony P.
Maingot. Volume 3, Number
2, Page 2.
A NEW WORLD OR OLD
BARGAIN TOWN? Aaron
Segal. Volume 4, Number 3,
Page 32.
19TH CENTURY SANTO
DOMINGO. Harmannus
Hoetink. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 6.
NOCTURNE OF THE STATUE.
X-vier Villaurrutia. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 30.
A NOVELIST'S EROTIC
RACIAL REVENGE. Mirna
M. Perez-Venero. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 24.

OCCASIONAL DISCOURSE ON
THE NEGRO QUESTIONS.
Thomas Carlyle. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 18.
OH, THOSE AMAZON WOMEN!
Sara Weiss. Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 11.
ONE CAME TO DINNER. Bryan
O. Walsh. Volume 5,
Number 3, Page 10.
100 YEARS OF MILITARY.
Jorge Rodriguez Beruff.
Volume 5, Number 1,
Page 44.
100 YEARS OF SOLITUDE.
Eneid Rouette. Volume 2,
Number 1, Page 5.
PACHUCO REMEMBERED.
Tino Villanueva. Volume 3,
Number I, Page 5.
PAPADOCRACY. Jean-Claude
Garcia-Zamor. Volume 2,
Number 1, Page 8.
PAZ AND FUENTES: HOW
CLOSE? Edward J. Mullen.
Volume 6, Number 2,
Page 27.
PEASANTS CONSIDERED.
Carlos M. Rama. Volume 3,
Number 1, Page 13.
POEM I. O.R. Dathorne.
Volume 6, Number 3,
Page 38.
POEMAS HUMANOS/HUMAN
POEMS. Cesar Vallejo,
translated by Clayton
Eshleman. Volume 1,
Number 3, Page 11.
POOR DR.! Thomas Mathews.
Volume 1, Number 3,
page 12.


POOR MAN S BASS
Donald Thompson.
Volume 3 Number I
POVERTY IN PUERTO
DEMYTHOLOGY OF
SHOWCASE Luis
Falc6n. olume 2.
Page 12.
POVERTY IN TRINIDAI.
G. Parris Volume 4
Number 3. Page 44.
THE PROTESTANT
IN PUERTO RICO.
B. Grose VolumeS.
Number I. Page Il.
A PUERTO RICAN HIST
OF PUERTO RICO.
Rodriguez Cruz Vom
Number I. Page 14.
PUERTO RICAN OBrTUAM
Pedro Juan Pietrr. V
Number 3. Page 14.
PUERTO RICO AND THE
CARIBBEAN Thoma r
Mathews. Volume 5.
Number 3. Page 14.
PUERTO RICO IN 1834.
Edinburgh Resieu V
Number 4 Page 8
PUERTO RICO S BLA
JUNGLE Da id D.
Hernindez Volume 4.
Number I L 2. Page 3
A PURITAN IN BABYLO
Gordon K Lewis Volhmt
Number 4 PAge 3

R.I.P. Thomas Mathews
Volume 4. Number 3.
Page 41.
RAPE OF THE VIRGINS.
W. Green Volume 5.
Number 2 Page 37.
THE RASTAS Roy S.Br y
Laporte. Volume 2. hla
2, Page 3
RELATIONS V ITH CUBA
Ezequiel Ramirez Novo
Volume 4 Number 3.
Page 22.
REMEMBRANCES OF TWOH
DOMINIC hN Ligia Espl.
de Hoetink Volume 5.
Number I. Page 18
REMINISCENCES OF AM
AGING PUERTO RICAN
Oscar Le is. Volume 2.
Number 3 Page I.
RESIDENCE ON EARTH. PAi
Neruda. Volume 6.
Number 2 Page 32
REVOLUTIONARY CUBAr'
Octavio Pino Volume 6
Number 4. Page 20.
ROMANS, NATIVES AND
HELOTS Gordon K LA-
Volume 2 Number I. P6
THE RUIN OF JAMAICA
Gardiner Green Hubbrd
Volume 3. Number 2. Pa
RUSSIA AND LATIN AMIEI
Leon Goure Volume 4.
Number 4 Page 39.

SIX MONTHS IN THE WES'
INDIES IN 1825 H N
Coleridge Volume 5.
Number 4 Page 30
SLAVES AS PEOPLE 4e





30nmer Volume 3,
,uiber 2. Page 5.
SStIIPER Pedro Juan Soto,
,lsbted by KalWagenheim.
iWe 1. Number 3, Page 3.
1,f WASN'T A PICNIC. Joel
qgruder Volume 1,
S nber 2, Page 12.
.OAL STRATA IN
ESPERANZA. Carlos
Wuago Ortiz. Volume 2,
,nber 3, Page 11.
tM;SH MAIMED. Aar6n G.
rnos. Volume 1. Number 1,
;age II.
CSTING! Patrick M. Catania.
olune 6. Number 3,
age 44.
'IUVNGER IN PARADISE. Eric
V. Blake. Volume 6, Number
L Page 8.
REFORM. Celia F. de
UEion. 'olume 1,
1mbel 4, Page 13.
:-JCTURE AND CULTURE
M SANTO DOMINGO.
iihony P Miangot. Volume
iolume 5. Number 3,
age 43
-E STRUGGLE FOR THE
,aOERDEVELOPED
WORLD I Joseph Bensman
ad Arthur fidich. Volume 2,
'unber 3 Page 3.
SESTRUGGLE FOR THE
34DERDEVELOPED
ORLD: II. Joseph Bensman
lIAthur Vidich. Volume 2,
m~ ber 4, Page 4.
'.ICAR AND EAST INDIAN
"'DENTURESHIP IN
ffIIDAD Ken Boodhoo.
volume 5. Number 2,
Page 17
k.MIAM POLITICS. Robert H.
"mley. Volume 1, Number 1.
1pe 2.

'I TEACHINGS OF
301JUAN Carlos
Carleda Volume 1,
mkber 2 Page 7.
".E MEN BY THE RIVER.
IIB Marques translated by
W Wagenhelm. Volume 1,
lmber 4. Page 7.
4E POEMS BY NICOLAS
11if.N Nicolas Guilln.
'Uslation into Enghlsh by
b -n Marquez % olume 5,
'1nber 3. Page 28
'4E TRAPPED TIGERS.
L lban Bilder Volume 4,
mbfr 3. Page 28
'DLAIN LIBERALS
IUBng A. Luchiing
= :2. Number 1. Page 6.
AMCH OF A GOOD
11'G. Aaron Segal
lme 5. Number 4.
p 37
.*AI1T BREDA John
Z6. Volume 3. Number 2,

VWsU OF POWER
sISTYLE. Bas.l A.
*"Volume I. Number 1.
7 LET Crlos
'4ALHIMLET Carlos


Alberto Montaner. Volume 2,
Number 2. Page 12.
TWENTY POEMS. Pablo
Neruda. Translation by James
Wright, Robert Bly. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 3.
TWO VIEWS OF ECUADOR.
Leopold Kohr. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 1.
THE UNHOLY TRINITY.
Anselme Remy. Volume 6,
Number 2, Page 14.
THE U.S. & LATIN AMERICA.
Thomas Mathews. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 42.
THE VIEW FROM THE BARRIO.
Angelina Pollack-Eltz.
Volume 2, Number 1,
Page 13.

WAGENHEIM'S PROFILE.
Gordon Lewis. Volume 3,
Number 2, Page 11.
WE WISH TO BE LOOKED
UPON. Ursula M. von
Eckardt. Volume 2,
Number 2, Page 10.
WEBER AND LATIN AMERICA.
Reinhard Bendix. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 3.
WEST INDIAN DIALOGUE.
Harmannus Hoetink.
Volume 1, Number 4, Page 6.
WEST INDIAN FICTION IS
ALIVE AND WELL. Eugene
V. Mohr. Volume 5,
Number 4, Page 23.
WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO
POLARIZATION IN THE
CARIBBEAN? Thomas
Mathews. Volume 5,
Number 1, Page 26.
WHICH WAY THE FRENCH
WEST INDIES? Aaron Segal.
Volume 5, Number 3,
Page 39.
WHICH WAY THE U.S. VIRGIN
ISLANDS? Gordon Lewis.
Volume 5, Number 4,
Page 16.
WHO CARES ABOUT THE
CARIBBEAN. Colin G.
Clarke. Volume 5, Number 1,
Page 31.
WILL ALLENDE MAKE IT?
T.V. Sathyamurthy.
Volume 4, Number 1 & 2,
Page 7.

YOUNG CUBA. Elizabeth
Sutherland. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 9.




Articles and Reviews,
By Author



ALBIZU, CHARLIE. The Death
of Poetry: The '68 Puerto
Rico Election. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 2.
ALBIZU-MIRANDA, C. Mascaras
y Vejigantes: The Folklore
of Puerto Rican Politics.
Volume 1, Number 2, Page 5.


ALEGRIA, FERNANDO.
Literature and Revolution in
Chile. Volume 5. Number 2,
Page 13.
de ALEGRIA, MELA PONS.
Bread and Roses. Volume 3,
Number 2. Page 13.
ALLEN, CHARLES H. Let Us
Construct a Watercloset.
Volume 3, Number 1,
Page 8.
ALONSO GARCIA, JOSE M.
Conversations With
Guillermo. Volume 5,
Number 3, Page 6.
ANbERSON, ROBERT W.
'Cuba: Creole Stalinism?
Volume 4, Number 1 & 2,
Page 31.
ANDERSON, ROBERT W.
A Hint Of Something Bad.
Volume 5, Number 3,
Page 35.
de ANDRADE, MARIO.
Landscape 2, poem translated
by Jack E. Tomlens.
Volume 1, Number 4, Page 5.

BAKER, J. W. JEFFREY.
Galileo, Onan and the Pope.
Volume 1, Number 3, Page 5.
BENDIX, REINHARD. Weber
and Latin America.
Volume 2, Number 4, Page 3.
BENSMAN, JOSEPH. The
Struggle for the Under-
developed World: I,Volume 2,
Number 3, Page 3.
BENSMAN, JOSEPH. The
Struggle for the Under-
developed World: 11.
Volume 2, Number 4, Page 4.
BEST, LLOYD. Black Power
and Doctor Politics.
Volume 2, Number 2, Page 5.
BILDER, J. RABAN. London
Knows, Do You? Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 24.
BILDER, J. RABAN. Three
Trapped Tigers. Volume 4,
Number 3, Page 28.
BILDER, J. RABAN. Borges:
Into the Mainstream Via the
Backdoor. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 18.
BILDER, J. RABAN. Interviewing
Cabrera Infante. Volume 6,
Number 4, Page 17.
BLAKE, ERIC W. Stranger in
Paradise. Volume 6,
Number 2, Page 8.
.BOODHOO, KEN I. A Little
Black Book. Volume 5,
Number 1, Page 42.
BOODHOO, KEN I. Sugar and
East Indian Indentureship in
Trinidad. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 17.
BOODHOO, KEN I. The Case of
the Missing Majority.
Volume 6, Number 2, Page 3.
BORGES, JORGE LUIS. Game
of Chess. Translated by
Harold Morland. Volume 1,
Number 3, Page 5.
BRYANT, JOHN. Health and
the Developing World.
Volume 2, Number 3, Page 7.
BRYCE-LAPORTE, ROY. The


Rastas. Volume 2, Number 2,
Page 3.
BUITRAGO ORTIZ, CARLOS.
Social Strata in Esperanza.
Volume 2. Number 3,
Page 11.

CAMPBELL, ENA. Creole
Jamaica. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 42.
CARLYLE, THOMAS.
Occasional Discourse on the
Negro Question. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 18.
CARRERO, JAIME. The Leper.
Volume 3, Number 1,
Page 10.
CASTANEDA. CARLOS. The
Teachings of Don Juan.
Volume 1, Number 2, Page 7.
CATANIA, PATRICK M.
The Sting! Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 44.
de CHALLES, MACE.
Cockfighting in the 19th
Century Caribbean.
Volume 4, Number 4,
Page 12.
de CINTRON, CEUA F. Street
Reform. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 13.
CLARKE. COLIN G. Who Cares
About the Caribbean?
Volume 5, Number 1,
Page 31.
COLERIDGE, H. N. Six Months
In The West Indies in 1825.
Volume 5, Number 4,
Page 30.
CRAMER, PEGGO. National
Dances of the Caribbean and
Latin America. Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 26.

DARIO, RUBEN. I Seek A Form,
poem translated by Lysander
Kemp. Volume 1, Number 4,
Page 12.
DATHORNE, O. R. Poem I.
Volume 6, Number 3, Page 38.
DEMAS, WILLIAM G. How to
Be Independent. Volume 6,
Number 4, Page 9.
DEW, EDWARD. The Draining
of Surinam. Volume 5,
Number 4, Page 8.
DEW, EDWARD. Elections
Surinam Style. Volume 6,
Number 2, Page 20.
DRIMMER, MELVIN. Slaves As
People. Volume 3, Number 2,
Page 5.

von ECKARDT, URSULA M. We
Wish To Be Looked Upon.
Volume 2, Number 2,
Page 10.
EDINBURGH REVIEW. Puerto
Rico in 1834. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 8.
EMERSON, EDWIN JR. Alone
In Puerto Rico. Volume 5,
Number 3, Page 18.
ESPIN, OLIVA. Lucia (Film
Review). Volume 6,
Number 4, Page 36.

FRIEDMAN, ROBERT. Che
Hmm. Volume 1, Number 4,
Page 11.

CA,?RH(AN fPVIEW /61





GARCIA ZAMOR, JEAN-
CLAUDE. Papadocracy.
Volume 2, Number 1, Page 8.
GARZARO, RAFAEL. Camilo:
Rebel Priest. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 11.
GASTMANN, ALBERT.
Holland's Narrowing Horizon.
Volume 1, Number 1,
Page 13.
GINDINE, YVETTE. The Magic
of Black History: Images of
Haiti. Volume 6, Number 4,
Page 25.
GODDARD. DAVID. Levi-
Strauss in Latin America.
Volume 1, Number 2,
Page 10.
GOODMAN, LOUIS WOLF.
Chile's Past Malaise?
Volume 3, Number 2,
Page 14.
GOODMAN, LOUIS WOLF.
Inequality in Latin America.
Volume 4, Number 1 & 2,
Page 15.
GOURE, LEON. Russia and
Latin America. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 39.
GREEN, JAMES W. Rape of the
Virgins. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 37.
ROSE, HOWARD B.
The Protestant Cartel in
Puerto Rico. Volume 5,
Number 1, Page 11.
GUILLEN, NICOLAS. Three
Poems by Nicolhs Guillen.
Translated into English by
Robert Marquez. Volume 5,
Number 3, Page 28.

HAWES, JOHN. The Islander.
Volume 2, Number 1, Page 2.
HAWES, JOHN. Toussaint
Breda. Volume 3, Number 2,
Page 6.
HERNANDEZ, DAVID D. Puerto
Rico's Blackboard Jungle.
Volume 4, Number 1 & 2,
Page 3.
HIRSCH, DENA. The Cockfight
A Short Story. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 15.
HOETINK, HARMANNUS. West
Indian Dialogue. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 6.
HOETINK, HARMANNUS. 19th
Century Santo Domingo.
Volume 2, Number 4,
Page 6.
HOETINK, HARMANNUS.
Dominican Patrimony.
Volume 3, Number 1, Page 6.
de HOETINK, LIGIA ESPINAL.
Remembrances of Things
Dominican. Volume 5,
Number 1, Page 18.
HOGG, DONALD W. Elegy for
a Christian Pagan. Volume 2,
Number 2, Page 1.
HOROWITZ, IRVING LOUIS.
Cuban Morality. Volume 4,
Number 4, Page 33.
HOWES, BARBARA. Mercedes.
Volume 2, Number 4,
Page 5.
HUBBARD, GARDINER GREEN.
The Ruin of Jamaica.
Volume 3, Number 2, Page 8.

621 CArPBBHAN FCVIEW


ILLICH, IVAN. Holy Mother
School. Volume 1,
Number 3, Page 1.
INCE, BASIL. Transfer of Power:
British Style. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 7.
INCE, BASIL. Black Power In
Trinidad. Volume 1,
Number 3, Page 10.
INCE, BASIL. The Caribbean
Commissions. Volume 4,
Number 3, Page 36.

KANDEL, RANDY FRANCES.
Journey to Ixtl6n. Volume 6,
Number 4, Page 32.
KENNEDY, PAUL P. Mexican
Artists. Volume 4, Number 3,
Page 12.
KINGSLEY, CHARLES. Coolie
Labor in Trinidad. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 21.
KOHR, LEOPOLD. Two Views
of Ecuador. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 1.
KOSS, JOAN. Curanderismo:
Folk Psychiatry. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 6.

LATORTUE, GERARD R.
Chairman Duvalier.
Volume 2, Number 1, Page 9.
LATORTUE, GERARD R.
French West Indian
Autonomy. Volume 2,
Number 2, Page 8.
LEVINE, BARRY B. Bootstrap
Babies. Volume 1, Number 1,
Page 6.
LEVINE, BARRY B. Colombia:
Cowboy Country. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 11.
LEVINE, BARRY B. Cultural
Tag. Volume 1, Number 4,
Page 2.
LEVINE, BARRY B. Bread vs.
Soul. Volume 2, Number 4,
Page 11.
LEWIS, GORDON. The Anguilla
Imbroglio: As Seen From
London. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 2.
LEWIS, GORDON. A Puritan in
Babylon. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 3.
LEWIS, GORDON. Romans,
Natives and Helots.
Volume 2, Number 1,
Page 3.
LEWIS, GORDON. An Anatomy
of Caribbean Vanity.
Volume 3, Number 1, Page 2.
LEWIS, GORDON. Wagenheim's
Profile. Volume 3, Number2,
Page 11.
LEWIS, GORDON. Jamaica's
Manley. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 44.
LEWIS, GORDON. WhichKW'ay
The U.S. Virgin Islands.
Volume 5, Number 4, Page 16.
LEWIS, OSCAR. Culture and
Poverty. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 5.
LEWIS, OSCAR. Reminiscences
of An Aging Puerto Rico.
Volume 2, Number 3, Page 1.
LEYVA, ROBERTO. Cuba's
Other Revolution. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 33.


LOPEZ, ADALBERTO.
Literature for the Puerto
Rican Diaspora. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 5.
LOPEZ, ADALBERTO.
Literature for the Puerto
Rican Diaspora: Part II.
Volume 6, Number 4.
Page 41.
LUCHTING, WOLFGANG A.
Tired Latin Liberals.
Volume 2, Number 1, Page 6.

MAGRUDER, JOEL. So It
Wasn't a Picnic. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 12.
MAINGOT, ANTHONY P. The
New Caribbean History.
Volume 3, Number 2,
Page 2.
MAINGOT, ANTHONY P.
Structure and Culture In
Santo Domingo. Volume 5,
Number 3, Page 43.
MANLEY, ROBERT H. Surinam
Politics. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 12.
MARQUES, RENE. Three Men
by the River. Translated by
Kal Wagenheim. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 7.
MATHEWS, THOMAS. Poor
Dr.! Volume 1, Number 3,
Page 12.
MATHEWS. THOMAS.
Historical Writing in the
Caribbean. Volume 2,
Number 3, Page 4.
MATHEWS, THOMAS.
Caribbean Economic History.
Volume 3, Number 1, Page 4.
MATHEWS, THOMAS. R. I. P.
Volume 4, Number 3,-
Page 41.
MATHEWS, THOMAS. The U.S.
and Latin America.
Volume 4, Number 4,
Page 42.
MATHEWS. THOMAS. What
Ever Happened to
Polarization in the Caribbean?
Volume 5, Number 1,
Page 26.
MATHEWS, THOMAS. Puerto
Rico and The Caribbean.
Volume 5, Number 3,
Page 14.
MATLIN, NORMAN. The Death
of Poetry: The '68 Puerto
Rico Election. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 2.
MATLIN, NORMAN. Mascaras
y Vejigantes: The Folklore of
Puerto Rican Politics.
Volume 1, Number 2, Page 5.
MATLIN, NORMAN. Left,
Center, Right. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 3.
MEHU, HERVE. Haiti's Art.
Volume 3, Number 1,
Page 14.
MILL, JOHN STUART. The
Negro Question. Volume 4,
Number 3, Page 24.
MOHR, EUGENE V. West Indian
Fiction is Alive and Well.
Volume 5, Number 4,
Page 23.


MONTANER. CARLOS ~-
ALBERTO Trop. al..
Volume 2, Number 2
Page 12.
MULLEN, EDWARD J Pa
Fuentes: How Close?
Volume 6, Number 2.
Page 27.
MUNOZ, NELIDA AGOSTO
Haitian Voodoo So
Control of the Unr onq
Volume 4, Number 3.
Page 6.
MURAD, ANATOL Kohrt.l
Theory. Volume 2.
Number 4. Page 12.

NERUDA, PABLO Cabmaf
S61o. Volume 1. Numibal
Page 3.
NERUDA, PABLO. Genlem
Without Company.
by Robert BIl. Volume. .
Number 2 Page 3
NERUDA, PABLO Residmo
On Earth. Volume 6.
Number 2. Page 32.
NIEVES FALCON. LUtS.
Demythology of the
Showcase. Volume 2.
Number 3. Page 12.

OLANDER, JOSEPH D. QO
and Latin America
Volume 4, Number 4.
Page 35.
OLANDER, JOSEPH D.
The Caribbean Watdhew
Volume 5, Number 1.
Page 35.
ORCI, HECTOR Mexico
Budgeted. Volume 4.
Number 1 & 2. Page 28.

PABON, MILTON The Hero ,
and the Crowd Volume I
Number 2. Page 13.
PARRIS, RONALD G Pmoer '
In Trinidad Volume 4.
Number 3 Page 44.
PEREZ-VENERO MIRNA L
A Novelist s Erolic Raca
Revenge. Volume 4.
Number 4 Page 24
PESCATELLO. ANN Ladies
and Whores in Colonial
Brazil. Volume 5. Number
Page 26.
PIETRI, PEDRO JUAN Puier
Rican Obituary Volume2-
Number 3. Page 14.
PINDLING, LYNDEN O.
Hydrospace and Ihe Law d
the Sea. Volume 6
Number 3. Page 6
PINO, OCTAVIO Re~ollutOW
Cuban. Volume 6 Numbh4
Page 20.
PLAZA, GALO Latin Amer s
Development Volume I.
Number 4. Page 5
POLLAK-ELTZ. ANGEULM
The View from the Barrio
Volume 2, Number I.
Page 13.
POLLAK-ELTZ. ANGEUJA
Black Carib Householdk
Volume 2, Number 3.
Page 6.
RAMA, CARLOS Peasants


U1






Considered. Volume 3,
f umber 1. Page 13.
UREZ NO OA, EZEQUIEL.
j relations with Cuba.
I Volume 4. Number 3,
Page 22.
I OS. AARON. Spanish
SMaimed. Volume 1,
; umber 1. Page 11.
WyiSARAN. RAMESH. Latin
SAmerican Economic
SInlegration V'olume 5,
' "umber 4.
Page 41.
;tISARAN RAMESH. Central
SAmerican Economic
SIntegration. %-olume 6,
i. lumber 2. Page 47.
ICKFORD. BARRY. Does
i Fidel Eal Mcre Than Your
Father' Volume 4,
. lumber 4. Page 4.
qY. ANSELME. The Unholy
Trinity. Volume 6, Number 2,
Page 14.
1DRIGUEZ BERUFF, JORGE.
100 Years of Military.
Volume 5 Number 1,
Page 44
IDDRIGUEZ BERUFF, JORGE.
SThe Dominican Invasion.
Volume 5. Number 4,
Page 45.
if1ETTE. ENEID. 100 Years
lSolilude ,olume 2,
lumber I. Page 5.

WINIES. JAIME. In The House
Sof the Day. A la Casa del
Sa. Translated by Philip
Levime Volume 2, Number 4,
Page 4.
IATHYAMURTHY, T. V. Will
Miende Make It? Volume 4,
Somber I and 2, Page 7.
iGAL AARON. Cuba and the
SCaribbean. Volume 4,
'Aumber I and 2, Page 40.
GAL AARON. A New World
Sfr Old Bargain Town?
Volume 4. Number 3,
Page 32.
EGAL AARON. Cubanology.
Volume 5. Number 1,
Page 40
LEGAL AARON. Which Way
The French West Indies?
Volume 5. Number 3,
Page 39.
L AARON. Too Much of
IGood Thing. Volume 5,
SAmber 4. Page 37.
AARON. Bahama
-*tching. Volume 6,
.umber 3. Page 40.
11MAN. SUSAN. Caribbean
Ok"o. volume 1,
mber 4. Page 12.
tVA GOTAY, SAMUEL.
followers of the New Faith.
volume 2. Number 1,

TO. PEDRO JUAN. The
51pf. Translated by Kal
ge nheim Volume 1,
"qber 3. Page 3.
O'AoN HOWARD. Model
Or Dan or Disaster?
m 1. Number 1, Page 9.
"W CARL. Mirror, Mirror.


Volume 4, Number 4,
Page 28.
SUAREZ, ANDRES. John Wayne
on Cuba. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 11.
SUTHERLAND, ELIZABETH.
Young Cuba. Volume 1,
Number 4, Page 9.

THOMPSON, DONALD. Pcor
Man's Bass Fiddle. Volume 3,
Number 1, Page 11.
THOMSEN, MORITZ. Living
Poor. Volume 1, Number 4,
Page 8.
TORRES ORTIZ, BENJAMIN.
Don Pedro. Volume 6,
Number 2, Page 43.
TORRES, JOSE ARSENIO.
Military Cuba? Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 36.
TRUETT, DALE. Creeping
Mexicanization. Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 19.

VALDELOMAR, ABRAHAM.
Apumarcu, the Potter.
Volume 2, Number 2,
page 13.
VALLEJO, CESAR. Poemas
Humanos/Human Poems.
Volume 1, Number 3,
Page 11.
VEGA, LUIS MERCER.
Guerrillas in Latin America.
Volume 2, Number 3,
Page 9.
\IDICH ARTHUR. The Struggle
for the Underdeveloped
World: I. Volume 2,
Number 3,
]jage 3.
VIIICH, ARTHUR. The Struggle
for the Underdeveloped
World: II. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 4.
VIDICH, PAUL. Green Hell.
Volume 5, Number 2,
Page 31.
VILLANUEVA, TINO. Pachuco
Remembered. Volume 3,
Number 1, Page 5.
VILLANUEVA, TINO. Day Long
Day-A Poem. Volume 4,
Number 1, Page 32.
VILLAURRUTIA, XAVIER.
Nocturne of the Statue.
Volume 4, Number 1 and 2,
Page 30.

WAGENHEIM, KAL. Mario
Vargas Llosa. Volume 1,
Number 1, Page 3.
WAGENHEIM, KAL. An Affair
With Puerto Rico. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 11.
WAGENHEIM, KAL. Juan
Bosch's New Stance.
Volume 2, Number 1,
Page 10.
WAGENHEIM, KAL. Imaginary
Beings and Cronopios.
Volume 2, Number 2,
Page 11.
WALCOTT, DEREK. A Far Cry
from Africa. Volume 3,
Number 2, Page 4.
WALLENSTEIN, BARRY.
Neruda In English. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 3.


WALLENSTEIN, BARRY.
Human Poems. Volume 1,
Number 3, Page 11.
WALLENSTEIN, BARRY.
Infinity. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 12.
WALLENSTEIN, BARRY. Chile:
Poetry and Anti-Poetry.
Volume 4, Number 1, Page 4.
WALSH, BRYAN O. One Came
to Dinner. Volume 5,
Number 3, Page 10.
WEISS, SARA. Oh, Those
Anazon Women! Volume 6,
Lumber 3, Page 11.

YANEZ, AGUSTIN. The Lean
Lands, translated by Ethel
Brinton. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 8.
YUDIN, FLORENCE L.
The Great Zoo. Volume 5,
Number 3, Page 30.
YUDIN, FLORENCE L. Earth
Words. Volume 6,
Number 2, Page 38.
YUDIN, FLORENCE L. Casa de
las Am6ricas, Whose House?
Volume 6, Number 3,
Page 33.


Books Reviewed,
By Title


AID AS IMPERIALISM. Teresa
Hayter. Penguin Books,
1971. Volume 4, Number 4,
Page 42.
THE ART OF REVOLUTION.
CASTRO'S CUBA 1959-1970.
Dugald Stermer. McGraw-
Hill,1970. Volume 3,
Number.2, Page 13.

BAHAMAS HANDBOOK.
Etienne Dupuck.
Jr. Publications, Nassau,
1973. Volume 6, Number 3,
Page 40.
BAHAMAS INDEPENDENCE
ISSUE, 1973. Third World
Group, Nassau, 1973.
Volume 6, Number 3, Page 40.
THE BEST OF POT LUCK.
Edward A. Minnis. Guardian,
Nassau, 1972. Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 40.
BLACK CARIB HOUSEHOLDS
STRUCTURE: A STUDY OF
MIGRATION AND
MODERNIZATION. Nancie
L. Solien Gonzilez. Univ. of
Wash., 1969. Volume 2,
Number 3, Page 6.
THE BOOK OF IMAGINARY
BEINGS. Jorge Luis Borges,
with Margarita Guerrero.
Translated by Norman
Thomas de Geovanni in
collaboration with the author.
E.P. Dutton, 1969. Volume 2,
Number 2, Page 11.
BREVE HISTORIC DE PUERTO
RICO. Loyda Figueroa.
2 Volumes. Editorial Edil,
Rio Piedras, 1969. Volume 3,
Number 1, Page 14.


BREVIARRE D'UNE
REVOLUTION. Francois
Duvalier. Imprimiere
Deschamps, Port-au-Prince,
Haiti, 1967. Volume 2,
Number 1, Page 9.

CANTE D'OCTOBRE. Rene
Depestre. Society Nationale
de Edition et de Diffusion,
Alger, 1969. Volume 4,
Number 1 &2,
Page 40.
THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY:
CHANGING SOCIETIES AND
U.S. POLICY. Robert D.
Cassweller. Praeger, 1972.
Volume 5, Number 1,
Page 31.
CARIBBEAN VOICES: AN
ANTHOLOGY OF
CARIBBEAN POETRY.
Selected by John Figueroa.
Volume I: Dreams and
Visions, 118 pp. Volume II:
The Blue Horizons, 228 pp.
Evans Brothers, Ltd., London,
1970. Volume 4, Number 1
& 2, Page 24.
THE CENTRAL AMERICAN
COMMON MARKET,
ECONOMIC POLICIES,
ECONOMIC GROWTH, AND
CHOICES FOR THE
FUTURE. Donald H.
McClelland. Praeger
Publishers, 1972. Volume 6,
Number 2, Page 47.
100 AROS DE EJERCITO
PERUANO: FRUSTRACIONES
Y CAMBIOS. Victor
Villanueva. Editorial Juan
Mejia Baca, Lima, 1972.
Volume 5, Number 1,
Page 44.
CIEN AAOS DE SOLEDAD.
Gabriel Garcia Mirquez.
Editorial Sudamericana,
Buenos Aires, 1968.
Volume 2, Number 1,
Page 5.
COLOMBIA: SOCIAL
STRUCTURE AND THE
PROCESS OF DEVELOP-
MENT. T. Lynn Smith. Univ.
of Florida Press, 1967.
Volume 1, Number 2,
Page 11.
COMMUNIST CHINA AND
LATIN AMERICA 1959-1967.
Cecil Johnson. Colombia
University Press, 1970.
Volume 4, Number 4,
Page 35.
LA CONCIENCIA NATIONAL
PUERTORRIQUENA: PEDRO
ALBIZU CAMPOS. Manuel
Maldonado Denis, ed. Siglo
XXI Editores, M6xico, 1972.
Volume 6, Number 2,
Page 43.
EL CONTROL DE LA
NATALIDAD COMO ARMA
DEL IMPERIALISMO. Jose
Consuegra. Editorial Galerna,
Buenos Aires, 1969.
Volume 5, Number 4,
Page 37.
CRONOPIOS AND FAMAS.
CV( it,(-l\! )3r W /0l1






Julio Cort6zar. Translated by
Paul Blackburn. Pantheon,
1969. Volume 2, Number 2,
Page 11.
CUBA, CASTRO AND
REVOLUTION. Jaime
Suchliki, ed. Univ. of Miami
Press, 1972. Volume 5,
Number 1. Page 40.
CUBA, CASTRO AND THE
UNITED STATES. Philip W.
Bonsai. Univ. of Pittsburgh
Press, 1971. Volume 5,
Number 1, Page 40.
CUBA: ES SOCIALIST? Rene
Dumont. Editorial Tiempo
Nuevo, Caracas, 1970.
Volume 4. Number 1 & 2,
Page 36.
CUBA: EST-IL SOCIALIST?
Ren6 Dumont. Editions du
Seuil, Paris, 1970. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 36.
CUBA: THE PURSUIT OF
FREEDOM. Hugh Thomas.
Harper and Row, 1971.
Volume 5, Number 1,
Page 40.
THE CUBAN AND PUERTO
RICAN CAMPAIGNS. Richard
Harding Davis. Chas.
Scribner's Sons. Volume 1,
Number 2. Page 12.
CULTURE AND POVERTY.
Charles A. Valentine. Univ.
of Chicago Press. Volume 1,
.Number 1, Page 5.
CURANDERISMO: MEXICAN-
AMERICAN FOLK
PSYCHIATRY. Ari Kiev.
Free Press, 1968. Volume 1,
Number 2, Page 6.

THE DAY THE WORLD ENDED.
Gordon Thomas & Max
Morgan Witts. Stein & Day,
1969. Volume 1, Number 4,
Page 12.
A DESTINY TO MOLD. Forbes
Burnham. compiled by C.A.
Nascimento and R.A.
Burrowes. Africana Publishing
Corp., 1970. Volume 3,
Number 1, Page 2.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF
CREOLE SOCIETY IN
JAMAICA: 1770-1820.
Edward Braithwaite. Claredon
Press:. Oxford University
Press, 1971. Volume 5,
Number 2, Page 42.
THE DOMINICAN INTERVEN-
TION. Abraham F. Lowenthal.
Harvard University Press,
1972. Volume 5, Number 4,
Page 45.
THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, A
NATION IN TRANSITION.
Howard Wiarda. Frederick R.
Praeger, 1969. Volume I,
Number 3, Page 12.
THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC:
REBELLION AND
REPRESSION. Carlos Maria
Gutierrez. Monthly Review
Press, 1972. Volume 5,
Number 4, Page 45.

ECUADOR. Henri Michaux.
Translated by Robin

64/ CArIBBf.AN ITVlEW


Magowan. Univ. of
Washington, 1970. Volume 2,
Number 4, Page 12.
EN LA CALLE ESTABAS:
LA VIDA DENTRO DE UNA
INSTITUTION PARA
MENORES. Awilda Palau de
Lopez and Ernesto Ruiz.
Editorial Edil, Rio Piedras,
1969. Volume 1, Number 4,
Page 13.
ESSAYS ON POPULATION
POLICY. Edwin D. Driver.
D.C. Heath,1972. Volume 5,
Number 4. Page 37.
LES ETATS-UNIS ET LA
REVOLUTION CUBAINE.
Manuela Semidei. Armand-
Colin, Paris, 1968. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 40.

LE FAIT NATIONAL
GUADELOUPEEN. Laurent
Farugio. Ivrysun Seine, 1968.
Volume 5, Number 3,Page 39.
FECONDITE ET FAMILLE EN
MARTINIQUE. Henri Leridon,
Elisaberth Zucker, Maite
Cazenave. Presses
Universitaires de France,
1970. Volume 5, Number 3,
Page 39.
FOLLOWERS OF THE NEW
FAITH. Emilio Willems.
Vanderbilt University Press,
1967. V ume 2, Number 1,
Page 11
EL FRANCpTIRADOR. Pedro
Juan S o. Editorial Joaquin
Martiz, exico, 1969.
Volume 2, Number 2, Page 12.

GUATEMALA, OCCUPIED
COUNTRY. Eduardo
Galeano. Monthly Review,
1969. Volume 1, Number 3,
Page 7.
GUERRILLAS IN POWER: THE
COURSE OF THE CUBAN
REVOLUTION. K.S. Karol.
Translated by Arnold
Pomerans. Hill & Wang,
1970. Volume 4, Number 1
&2, Page 31.

HALF A LOAF: CANADA'S
SEMI-ROLE AMONG
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
Clyde Sanger. Ryetson Press,
Toronto, 1969. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 40.
HAVANA JOURNAL. Andrew
Salkey. Pelican, 1971.
Volume 4, Number 1 & 2.
Page 40.
HEIGHTS OF MACCHU PICCH t..
Pablo Neruda. Translated by
Nathaniel Tarn. Farrar,
Straus, and Giroux.
Volume 1, Number 2, Page 3.
THE HERO AND THE CROWD
IN A COLONIAL POLITY.
A.W. Singham. Yale Univ.
Press. Volume 1, Number 2,
Page 13.
A HISTORY OF THE BAHAMAS
Michael Craton. Colins,
London, 1968. Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 40.


UN HOMBRE AGORRALADO
"POR LA HISTORIC. Cesar
Andreu Iglesias. Editorial
Claridad, San Juan, 1964.
Volume 1. Number 4, Page 3.
HOT LAND, COLD SEASON.
Pedro Juan Soto. Dell,1973.
Volume 6, Number 4,
Page 41.
HOW TO PROFIT FROM THE
COMING LAND BOOM IN
THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS
AND LATIN AMERICA.
William E. Gilbert. Frederick
Fell Pub., 1973. Volume 6,
Number 3. Page 44.

IDEOLOGY, FAITH, AND
FAMILY PLANNING IN
LATIN AMERICA. J. Mayone
Stycos. McGraw-Hill.
Volume 5, Number 4,
Page 37.
THE INNOCENT ISLAND.
ABACO IN THE BAHAMAS.
Zoe C. Durrell. Durrell
Publications,1972. Volume 6,
Number 3, Page 40.
INWARD HUNGER, THE
EDUCATION OF A PRIME
MINISTER. Eric Williams.
Andre Deutsch, London,
1969. Volume 3, Number 1,
Page 2.

JAMAICA PAPERS. Published
by the Jamaica Committee.
London: 1866. Volume 3,
Number 2. Page 8.
THE JAMAICAN ECONOMY.
Ransford W. Palmer. Praeger,
1968. Volume 1, Number 3,
Page 12.
JOURNEY TO IXTLAN: THE
LESSONS OF DON JUAN.
Carlos Castaheda. Simon
and Schuster, 1972.
Volume 6. Number 4,
Page 32.

KENNEDY ET LA REVOLUTION
CUBAINE. Manuela Semidei.
Julliard. Paris, 1972.
Volume 5. Number 1,
Page 40.
DE KRIMPENDE HORIZON
VAN DE HOLLANDSE
KOOPLIEDEN, EIN STUDIED
OVER HOLLANDS
WELVAREN IN HET
CARIBISCH ZEEGEBIEL
(1780-1830). Theo P.M. De
Jonj, Assen. Van Gercum &
Comp. N.V., 1966. Volume 1,
Number 1. Page 13.

LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMIC
INTEGRATION AND U.S.
POLICY. Joseph Grunwald,
Miguel S. Wicnezek and
Martin Carney. The
Brookings Institution, 1972.
Volume 5. Number 4,
Page 41.
THE LIGHT AND SHADOWS
OF JAMAICA HISTORY.
Hon. Richard Hill. Kingston,
Jamaica, 1859. Volume 3,
Number 2, Page 8.
LIVING POOR. Moritz Thomsen.


University of V ashingtla
Press. 1969. volume e 2.
Number 4, Pace I
THE LOSERS. Paul D B. hl
Arlington House 1968.
Volume 1, Number 4.
Page 11.
LOWER CLASS FAMILIES.
THE CULTURE OF
POVERTY IN NEGRO
TRINIDAD. Hyman Rodfer
Oxford Univ. Press, 1971.
Volume 4, Number 3.
Page 44.

THE MAKING OF AN
UNAMERICAN. Paul Co&A
Viking Press. 1970.
Volume 2, Number 4. Pagf-
MAN-MAKING WORDS.
Selected Poems of Nico*lf
Guillen. Translated by Robe
Marquez and David Arthu
McMurray. Univ. of Mass
Press, 1972. Volume 5,
Number 3, Page 30.
MEMOIRES D'UN LEADER DU
TIERS MONDE. Francois
Duvalier. Hachette, Paris,
1969. Volume 1,.Number2
Page 9.
THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION
FEDERAL EXPENDITURE
AND SOCIAL CHANGE
SINCE 1910. James W.
Wilke. Univ. of California
Press, 1970. Volume 4,
Number 1 & 2, Page 28.
MODEL CITIES PROGRAM:
MUNICIPALITY OF SAN
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NEUROSES IN THE SUN.
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100 YEARS OF SOLITUDE.
Gabriel Garcia MBrquez.
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THE ORDEAL OF FREE LABOR
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iPATRIA O MUERTE! THE
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PATTERNS OF INTERNAL
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,OPLES AND CULTURES OF
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OOET IN THE FORTRESS: THE
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iOUT CAL HISTORY OF LATIN
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OJUTICAL SCIENCE IN
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SS. Flash. R Kenneth Godwin,
Seds. D C Heath, 1972.
Volume 5. Number 4,
Page 37.
POLITICAL SYSTEM OF
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POLITICS OF PUERTO
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Unri of Texas. 1970.
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POUTICS OF SURINAM
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SANTILLES Albert L.
Gastmann Institute of
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POPULATION POLICIES AND
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S;LEMAS DE DESIGUAL-
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THE PUERTO RICAN
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THE PUERTO RICANS: A
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THE PUERTO RICANS: AN
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PUERTO RICO. Marvin Schwartz.
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PUERTO RICO: A PROFILE.
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PUERTO RICO: UNA INTER-
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RESIDENCE ON EARTH. Pablo
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REVOLUTION NEXT DOOR.
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