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Marriage, Protestantism, and Religious Conflict in Nineteenth-Century Puerto Rico
This article studies Catholic and Protestant marriages in nineteenth-century Puerto Rico. It uses the institution of marriage and the widespread resistance to it as windows into tensions betweenExpand
Family Policy Indicators and Well-Being in Europe from an Evolutionary Perspective
Social progress and the evolution of civilizations have traditionally been predominant fields of study for sociology and important topics on political action for modern states as part of the conceptExpand
Crypto-Protestants and Pseudo-Catholics in the Nineteenth-Century Hispanic Caribbean
This essay, which stems from a broader project on religion in the nineteenth-century Hispanic Caribbean, seeks to recreate the experiences of the thousands of Protestants who struggled tenaciously toExpand
Puerto Rico in the Whirlwind of 1898: Conflict, Continuity, and Change
In none of the war theaters of the Spanish-American-Cuban Filipino War, commonly misnamed the Spanish-American War, was the war more splendidly little than in Puerto Rico. Actual hostilities broke inExpand