Some of the questions most frequently asked by Puerto Ricans concerning the possibility that the island may become an independent nation.
Founded in 1946 with the purpose of obtaining independence by every peaceful means available.
Portraits of notable individuals in the struggle for Puerto Rican Independence. An online book by Jean Zwickel.
Puerto Rican students take down and destroy a U.S. flag during protests against the Navy's presence at Vieques.
Argues that the island's "commonwealth" status robs Puerto Ricans of their dignity and Americans of their dollars.
Argues that it would be folly to admit a 51st state whose people do not speak English and do not intend to learn it.