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Page: 265LO: 7TYPE: FactualSOURCE: New21.Although the U.S. has claimed Puerto Rico as a territory since 1917, Puerto Ricans are not considered citizens of the U.S. 21
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Page: 266LO: 8TYPE: FactualSOURCE: NewRejoinder: Puerto Ricans have U.S. citizenship and may move freely to and from the mainland.SHORT RESPONSE SECTION1.Explain the difference between the concepts of race and ethnicity.
Pages: 241-243LO: 1TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Modified2.Define prejudice and stereotypes; explain the relationship between the two concepts.
Page: 245LO: 3TYPE: ConceptualSOURCE: Modified3.Explain the distinction made between overt and subtle racism; give an example of each.

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