Contemporary Guam Politics and Government Entries

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Entries

  1. A 1974 Analysis of Social, Cultural and Historical Factors Bearing on the Political Status of Guam
  2. CHamoru Registry and the Decolonization Registry
  3. Commission on Decolonization
  4. Commission on Self-Determination
  5. Fanohge Famalåo’an and Fan’tachu Fama’lauan
  6. Guam Commonwealth Act
  7. Guam Congressional Representation Act 1972
  8. Guam Constitutional Conventions (ConCon)
  9. Guam Legislature
  10. Guam Military Build Up
  11. History of Efforts to Reunify the Mariana Islands
  12. Interpretive Essay: Chamoru Self-Determination
  13. Land Ownership on Guam
  14. Nasion Chamoru
  15. OPI-R: Organization of People for Indigenous Rights
  16. Organic Act of Guam
  17. PARA-PADA
  18. PASA Conference
  19. Perspective: Women in Politics
  20. Political Status Commissions
  21. Republican Party of Guam
  22. Role of Education in the Preservation of Guam’s Indigenous Language
  23. Self-Determination for Chamorros and Hawai`ians
  24. UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  25. United Nations Role in Guam’s Decolonization
  26. Update: Land Ownership on Guam
  27. We Are Guåhan

Biographies

  1. Angel Leon Guerrero Santos
  2. Angel Leon Guerrero Santos, Interpretive Essay
  3. Candelaria Taitano Rios
  4. Cecilia Cruz Bamba
  5. Congressman Vicente “Ben” Garrido Blaz
  6. Dr. Pedro Cruz Sanchez
  7. Elizabeth Perez Arriola
  8. Governor Carl Tommy Cruz Gutierrez
  9. Governor Carlos Camacho
  10. Governor Eddie Baza Calvo
  11. Governor Felix Perez Camacho
  12. Governor Joseph Franklin Ada
  13. Governor Lourdes A. “Lou” Leon Guerrero
  14. Governor Paul McDonald Calvo
  15. Governor Ricardo Jerome Bordallo
  16. Herminia Duenas Dierking
  17. Ignacio “Buck” Cruz
  18. Lt. Governor Frank F. Blas
  19. Madeleine Zeien Bordallo
  20. Richard Flores Taitano
  21. Vicente Cabrera Pangelinan