Correspondence to President Jimmy Carter from Carlos Romero Barceló
Robert Garcia Congressional Papers, 1976-1994
Correspondence to President Jimmy Carter from Governor of Puerto Rico Carlos Romero Barceló, filing a complaint against the U.S. Secretary of Defense for violations of federal and local laws while performing military operations in Vieques, Puerto Rico. Carlos Romero Barceló further explains how Vieques has been used as a military testing site for bombs, to the risk of the peoples' health and lives, and is informing President Carter to take action because of his committment to environmental protection.
March 7, 1978, Date accepted
Environmental activism, Politicians, Military service, Politics
Individuals or Organizations MentionedJimmy Carter
, Carlos Romero-Barceló
Related PlacesVieques, PR
(is referenced), Puerto Rico
Robert Garcia Congressional Papers, 1976-1994. Correspondence to President Jimmy Carter from Carlos Romero Barceló: RoGa_b48_f35_0001_pg01-05. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 29 Oct 2020.
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