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  • State of uncertainty

    Dig Boston - 06/27/2017

    As the Puerto Rican government finds itself cornered, islanders are the ones who suffer increasingly dire circumstances, leaving their relatives in the US helpless to do much besides send money.

    Associate Professor Amílcar Barreto is the director of the International Affairs master’s program at Northeastern University and has studied Puerto Rican culture and politics. He thinks that despite the acute financial straits Puerto Ricans face, Congress will do little.

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