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Open Access The sweet and the bitter: Cuban and Puerto Rican responses to the mid-nineteenth-century sugar challenge

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The sweet and the bitter: Cuban and Puerto Rican responses to the mid-nineteenth-century sugar challenge

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Comparative study of the mid-19th-c. world market sugar pressures in Cuba and Puerto Rico. Both colonies responded differently to these pressures, a reflection of divergent levels of capital resources and adaptability. The Cubans sought to expand sugar production, while planters in Puerto Rico fell victim to stagnation and decline.

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