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See, for example, Arrecia brega eleccionaria en Nueva York, El Mundo, November 3, 1949: 1, 16; La colonia puertorriqueña vivió ayer intensa actividad, El Mundo, November 8, 1949: 16, 20; and Espérase acudan en Nueva York a las urnas 2,500,000 personas, El Mundo, November.That red tinge is what creates such harmful hostility against the whole group.The problem, he argued, was that most Puerto Ricans in New York had not registered to vote in city elections.The Cardinals were in no hurry to begin the scrutinies, since the French cardinals had not yet arrived.
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49 New York Times reported on Concepción de Gracias trip to New York: The stage was thus set for a last-ditch fight to corral the so-called Puerto Rican vote, estimated at 50,000 to 75,000, with Mayor ODwyer and.
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This was a genuine concern because Marcantonios name and Puerto Rican influx had become nearly synonymous (LaGumina 1969: 127).
See (Marcantonio 1950 and Congresista hace fuerte ataque a gastos propaganda Muñoz, El Mundo, August 7, 1950:14; also Marcantonio cita consecuencias leyes de cabotaje y cuota azúcar, El Mundo, August 5, 1950:.There she once again proclaimed her support for him and thanked him for projects benefitting Puerto Ricans in the city.Navy to the people of Vieques; and to the taking of measures to end discrimination against Puerto Rican workers in the United States.Berkeley: University of California Press.His ties to these organizations extended beyond the political.Santaella was Muñoz Maríns cousin.These discussions helped to reveal and give concrete form to the agreements and disagreements among the cardinals.Alvise Pisani, the Provisor of Venice, stated (Sanuto,.His brother Fabrizio also intervened, and obtained a promise from Cardinal Ciocci del Monte that he would restore Pompeo's episcopal insignia.His army was placed under the command of Duke Charles de Bourbon, who was engaged in the siege of Milan.