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Digital Library of Latin American Texts at the University of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota Libraries has begun digitizing Spanish American texts of a political nature in its collections, The Spanish American Political Texts. At this point this digital library is small (6 titles), but the plan is to enlarge it.

If you have any difficulties accessing it, feel free to contact me at r-tarr@umn.edu.

 

Rafael E. Tarragó
Librarian for Iberian, Ibero-American & Chicano Studies
University of Minnesota Libraries

 

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