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  • [Info] Costa Rica and New Granada: An Inquiry into the Question of Boundaries, Which is Pending Between the Two Republics Aforesaid, With a Map for the Better Understanding of the Subject, and Documentary Evidence in Support of the Ancient Titles of Costa Rica, To Which an Appendix Has Been Added, Containing a Brief Account of the Question Between Costa Rica and Nicaragua (Washington: R. A. Waters, printer, 1853), by Felipe Molina Bedoya
Filed under: Cultural pluralism -- ColombiaFiled under: Democratization -- ColombiaFiled under: Human rights -- ColombiaFiled under: Human rights workers -- Crimes against -- ColombiaFiled under: Income tax -- ColombiaFiled under: Justice, Administration of -- ColombiaFiled under: Multiculturalism -- ColombiaFiled under: Paramilitary forces -- ColombiaFiled under: Petroleum law and legislation -- ColombiaFiled under: Political violence -- ColombiaFiled under: Rural development -- Colombia

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