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University of Chicago Law Review 35: 21–37. The answer is, of course, a matter of value judgement. However, the repeated waves of wild inflation strongly suggest that famines were triggered by Nile failures ( 33 ). A postmodern ethnography reporting how values, beliefs, attitudes and cultural mores guide a conservative religious community as they navigate racism and discrimination of a cultural and language minority group. the book has self-reflection, Puertorrican values, religious values as well as historical overview of the community's experiences and how these intertwine with their ways of living life as a language and cultural minority in MA. the book also has a detailed account of the ethnographic methods followed.

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