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Pilar Aguilar and Gonzalo Retamal. "Educational Policy and Practice
     in Panama: A Focus on Adult Education." Pp. 79-91 in
     Education in Latin America, Colin Brock and Hugh
     Lawlor (eds.), London: Croom Helm, 1985.

Agustin Jaén Arosemena. Historia de la Iglesia de Cocle.
     Panamá: Iprenta Universitariá. 1982.

John and Mavis Biesanz. The People of Panama. New York:
     Columbia University Press, 1955.

Richard V. Burkhauser. "Social Security in Panama: A Multiperiod
     Analysis of Income Distribution." Journal of Development
     Economics :21,1 (April, 1986): 53-64.

U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. World Population
     Profile: 1985.

Marco A. Gandásequi, hijo. "Las Migraciones Internas in Panamá."
     Avances de Investigacion, 1, 2 (November, 1978). Republica de
     Panamá, Ministerio de Salud, Oficina de Estudios de Población.

----. Acumulación y Migraciones Internas en Panamá. Centro de
     Estudios Latino Americanos, "Justo Arosemena," Panamá: Panamá.

Chris N. Gjording. "The Cerro Colorado Copper Project and the
     Guaymi Indians of Panama." Occasional Paper No. 3, Culural
     Survival, Cambridge, MA., 1981.

B. Gonzalez. "New Trends in Rural Panama." World Marxist Review 18,
     6 (June, 1975): 124-9.

Burton L. Gordon. A Panama Forest and Shore: Natural History and
     Amerindian Culture in Bocas del Toro. Pacific Grove, CA.: The
     Boxwood Press, 1982.

Stephen Gudeman. The demise of a rural economy From sibsistence
     to capitalism in a Latin American village. London:
     Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1978.

David Howardth. Panama: Four Hundred Years of Dreams and Cruelty.
     New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1966.

James Howe. The Kuna Gathering: Contemporary Village Politics in
     Panama. Latin American Monographs, No. 67, Institute of Latin
     American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin. Austin,
     TX.: University of Texas Press, 1986.

Clyde E. Keeler. Cuna Indian Art: The Culture and Craft of Panama's
     San Blas Islanders. New York: Exposition Press, 1969.

Land of the Moon-Children: The Primitive Dsn Blas Culture in Flux.
     Athens, GA.: University of Georgia Press. 1956.

Gerard M. La Forgia. "Fifteen Years of Community Health
     Organization for Health in Panama: An Assessment of Current
     Progress and Problems." Social Science and Medicine,
     21, 1 (1985): 55-65.

Alexander Moore. "From Council to Legislature: Democracy,
     Parliamentarianism, and the San Blas Cuna." American
     Anthropologist 86, 1 (March, 1984): 28-42.

Panamá, Dirección de Estadística y Censo. Panamá en Cifras:
     Años 1979 - 1983. Panamá, noviembre de 1984.

----. Estadística Panameña, Situacion Cultural, Sección
     511, Educación: Año 1983.

William L. Partridge. "The Humid Tropics Cattle Ranching Complex:
     Cases from Panama Reviewed." Human Organization 43, 1 (Spring,
     1984): 76-79.

Alejandro Portes and John Walton. Urban Latin America: The
     Political Condition from Above and Below. Austin, TX.:
     University of Texas Press. 1976

George A. Priestley. Military Government and Popular Participation
     in Panama: The Torrijos Regime 1968-1975. Ph.D. Dissertation,
     Columbia University, 1981.

Cecil V. Reynolds and Addison W. Somerville. "Comparative
     Adolescent Experiences between the United States and Panama."
     Adolescence IX, 36 (Winter, 1974): 569-576.

Steve C Ropp. Panamanian Politics: From Guarded Nation to National
     Guard. Politics in Latin America, A Hoover Institution Series,
     Robert Wesson (General Editor). New York: Praeger Publishers,
     Copublished with Hoover Institution Press, Stanford CA, 1982.

Gian S. Sahota. "The Distribution of the Benefits of Public
     Expenditure in Panama." Public Finance Quarterly 5, 1 (April,
     1977): 203-230.

David Horton Smith. Latin American Student Activism:
     Participation in Foraml Volunteer Organizations in Six Latin
     Countries. Lexington, MA.: D.C. Heath and Co., 1973.

Frances Stier. "Modeling Migration: Analyzing Migration Histories
     from a San Blas Cuna Community." Human Organization 42, 1
     (Spring, 1983): 9-22.

Lee Swepston. "The Indian in Latin America: Approaches to
     Administration, Integration, and Protection." Buffalo Law
     Review 27, 4 (Fall, 1978): 715- 756.

United States, Department of State. Report on Human Rights
     Practices in Countries Receiving U.S. aid: Report
     Submitted to the Committee on Foreign Relations U.S. Senate
     and the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of
     Representatives, by the Department of State, in accordance
     with sections 116(d) and 502B(b) of the Foreign Assistance Act
     of 1961. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1986.

Philip D. Young. Ngawbe: Tradition and Change among the Western
     Guaymí of Panama. Illinois Studies in Anthropology No. 7.
     Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1971.
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