New York City has long taken pride, of a
sort, in the fact that it has more Jews than Tel Aviv, about as many
Irish as Dublin, almost as many Italians as Rome. Now, according to an
analysis of 1960 census figures released last week, it has more Puerto
Ricans (612,574) than San Juan (432,377).
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