INDEX
Adriatico, Macario, 169, 262–263, 265–
266, 269
Agency, 9–10, 16–18, 138–139, 175–
178, 205–206, 208, 276–278
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 106, 107, 112, 268
Allen, Charles H., 49, 89, 150, 153, 175–
176, 183
Amadeo, Lucas, 82–83
American exceptionalism, 26–27, 274–
275
Appropriation, 10, 131–132, 195–205,
276–277. See also Localization
Arellano, Cayetano, 116–117
Autonomic Charter in Puerto Rico, 75–
76, 82, 83, 85–86, 87, 150–151
Autonomist Party/Liberal-Autonomist
Party in Puerto Rico, 65–76, 78–79,
85, 87, 310 n.69
Autonomy: Puerto Rican ideology of, 62,
65–76, 78, 80–84, 90–91, 148, 151–
153, 236; for the Philippines, 112–113,
117–118. See also Self-government
Barbosa, Jose C., 75, 76, 85, 87, 149
Beveridge, Albert, 28
Bonifacio, Andres, 107
Bourdieu, Pierre, 16
Brau, Salvador, 66, 67, 68, 69
Brooke, John R., 78, 79, 86–87, 149,
312 n.110
Buencamino, Felipe, 110, 116, 316
n.41
Buwis, 95, 97, 123–124
Carroll, Henry, 36–37, 304 n.33
Cepeda, Francisco, 67, 73–74
Change: revaluation as, 12, 132, 214–
271, 277–278, 285–289, 290–293;
structural transformation as, 12, 13,
132, 211–239, 270–271, 277–278,
285–289. See also Culture and
change
Cintrón, Matienzo, 66, 68, 236
Citizenship. See Statehood
Coll Cuchi, Cayetano, 87, 187
Colonial government: forms of, 19–20;
models for, 35–39; Filipino elite sug-
gestions for, 117–122, 125; Puerto
Rican elite suggestions for, 82–84,
236–237, 224
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