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The new constitutional laws for Cuba. Text of the recent measures for the self-government of the island, with comments there on. Also a brief review of the evolution of Spanish colonization, and a statistical comparison of the progress of Cuba under Spanish rule with that of independent Spanish-American countries.

Author: Arturo Cuyás; Antonio Cuyás; L V Abad de las Casas; Associated Spanish and Cuban Press.; Spain.
Publisher: New York, Associated Spanish and Cuban press, 1897.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arturo Cuyás; Antonio Cuyás; L V Abad de las Casas; Associated Spanish and Cuban Press.; Spain.
OCLC Number: 80929575
Description: 4 p.l., 11-168 p. 24 cm.
Contents: pt.1 . Methods of early Spanish colonization. Evolution of the modern colonial polity of Spain. The latest measure of home rule granted to Cubaand Porto Rico compared with the political system in other foreign colonies. By Arturo Cuyás.--pt.2. Expository preamble and royal decree sanctioning the plan for the extension in scope of the Abarzuza reform law of 1895. Commentary: Expressions of opinion by party leaders and the press. Text of the Abarzuza law. By Antonio Cuyás.--pt. 3. Political and social condition of the island of Cuba. Statistics of its wealth and commercial movement. Its progress under Spanish rule compared with that of independent Spanish-American countries. By L. V. Adadde las Casas.

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