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Puerto Rico, densely populated, with 506 persons per square mile—with little industrial development—depends almost exclusively on its agriculture for the support of the government and the subsistence of its inhabitants. Economic and world wide political forces worked to bring agriculture, in its various phases, upon the brink of an economic crisis.  >>more...>>

Title:     Facts About the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration
Author:    Information Research Section, PRRA
Date:     December, 1938

Publisher:     Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration
Type:     Report

Listed Under:
Puerto Rico

Notes:     A mimeographed report issued by the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration.