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San Juan

Carnes, Nat

Editore: News Center Publications, 1999
ISBN 10: 096500533X / ISBN 13: 9780965005333
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Titolo: San Juan

Casa editrice: News Center Publications

Data di pubblicazione: 1999

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Riassunto: As a student at the University of Puerto Rico, Cesar Antonio Santiago believed in political independence for his Caribbean home. He marched, he demonstrated and did everything in his power to break the relationship with United States that had started at the end of the Spanish American War in 1898.

L'autore: Ken Herrmann, Jr. is an Associate Professor of Social Work at the State University of New York at Brockport. He served with the 4th/31st/196th Light Infantry Brigade in Vietnam from May 1968 to May 1969. He is the President and Executive Director of an NGO in Vietnam, the Danang/Quang Nam Fund, Inc. and the Director of the SUNY Brockport Vietnam Program.

Ken has published numerous articles, book reviews, commissioned studies, and book chapters. His first two books I Hope My Daddy Dies, Mister and I’m Nobody’s Child exposed the horrors of child abuse and the inadequacy of foster care in America. Long a social activist, he also has provided services in several countries and for a variety of victimized and exploited populations. He has been a guest on hundreds of television and radio programs around the world and frequently lectures for professional, community, and other organizations.

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