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"When I was Puerto Rican by Esmeralda Santiago"

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1. Does the fact that Puerto Rico is a economically depended of the United States undermines the identity problem?

2. What traditions from Puerto Rican culture does Negi brings and adapts to the States?

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In reference to the book "When I was Puerto Rican by Esmeralda Santiago," this solution discusses because of the fact that Puerto Rico is a economically depended of the United States, if it undermines the identity problem. It also discusses the traditions from Puerto Rican culture that Negi brings and adapts to the States.

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