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Como fue: memorias

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Las memorias de quien fuera Juez Presidente del Tribunal Supremo de Puerto Rico y uno de los pilares en la historia constitucional y política de la Isla. The memoirs of the former President of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, who is considered as one of the pillars of the constitutional and political history of the island.
Published by Editorial Universida de Puerto Rico
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Feb 28, 2015 Gabrielle Thurin rated it it was amazing
A man with impressive cultural and intellectual interests, José Trías Monge is both the fascinating protagonist and the able narrator of this beautiful book. Not only did he play a crucial role in the political and historical development of Puerto Rico through his participation in the creation of the Commonwealth, Trías Monge was also a brilliant jurist whose superb writing skills are the essence of this book. His engaging, elegant, and precise narrative leads us through his childhood in old San ...more
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