“Insular Cases” Made Puerto Rican Status Unclear, Panel Says

Juan Torruella
April 3, 2007

A series of five Supreme Court rulings from 1901 to 1922, known as the Insular Cases, ensured Puerto Rico’s relationship with the United States would remain unclear to this day, explained panelists at the Latin American Law Organization spring colloquium March 29.

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