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PANAMA: Digging Up 2000-Year-Old Relics of Panama History

PANAMA: Digging Up 2000-Year-Old Relics of Panama History


Government- Panama's government is run by a Constitutional Democracy. Like the United States, the government is divided into three separate branches; the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches. Representation is split evenly amongst the nine provinces of Panama. The country is currently led by President Ricardo Martinelli of the Democratic Change party. Despite Panama's history of corrupt leaders and officials, the country has maintained a stable, fair government in recent years.

from Baby to Boomer Lifestyle

Panama City: Leg Four of Our Nine Day Journey

Panama History: The Conquest, The Spanish Colony, The War Years, The Society and Its Environment, Ethnic Groups, The Economy, Government

Clara Gonzalez (1900-1990) was the first woman in Panama to receive a law degree. While she was a student, Clara wrote one of the first papers on women’s legal rights in Panama (La mujer ante el derecho panameño). Clara completed law school in 1922 but she could not begin practicing as a lawyer until 1924 when the Panamanian Legislative Assembly passed Law 55 giving women the right to practice law.

In this book, Donna Ewald recreates the history, the splendor, and the ballyhoo known as the Panama Pacific International Exposition, held in San Francisco in 1915. Donna's enthusiasm for collecting fair memorabilia, and her passion for promoting the fair's history, are legendary. This is the book that made me start collecting San Francisco history!

from the Guardian

What are the Panama Papers? A guide to history's biggest data leak

What is Mossack Fonseca, how big is it, and who uses offshore firms? Key questions about one of the biggest ever data leaks


America's devious dream: Roosevelt and the Panama Canal. US politics and future foreign policy is currently under intense international scrutiny. Anthony Delano looks at how, over a century ago, President Roosevelt’s big-stick diplomacy drove a canal across Panama... A 1903 cartoon illustrates Roosevelt’s role in the construction of the Panama Canal. (Granger Collection)