Britain and the United States in the Caribbean: A Comparative Study in Methods of Development

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Achong, Tito, 145
Acworth, A. W., 6 n.
Adams, Grantley, 157, 168, 174, 330 and n., 341
Administrator, office of, 5, 102, 112 n., 144, 345
Adult suffrage, universal, Colonial Office directs, 36; and County Council elections, 105, 147, 173 n.; Customs Union Commissioners' views on, 335; in local government elections, 141, 145; and nomination system, 49
Aerated water industry, 206
Agricultural Development Corporation Law ( Jamaica), 126, 201
Agricultural Extension Service ( Puerto Rico), 304
Agriculture, income derived from, 210 n., 211; mechanization of, 183 n., 192 and n., 193 n, 239, 240; research in, 197-9; surplus population, 196-7
Alcohol, fuel, 186 and n, 204
American Civil Liberties Union, 352 n
Anglican Church, 144-5, 273, 274 and n; and schools, 290
Anguilla, 322, 337
Antigua, agricultural policy, 199 n; cooperative building scheme in, 268 n; cotton growing in, 186; death rate in, 257; and federation, 333; franchise in, 173 n; labour migration from, 323; labour unrest in, 190 n; pineapple cultivation in, 186; private charity in, 248 n; productivity in, 181 n.; sugar industry in, 4, 51 n, 54, 193 n., 240 n; water scarcity in, 180 n
Antigua Magnet, 69 n
Antigua Sugar Commission, 193 n, 240 n
Arima, 145, 146 n., 201 n.
Arrowroot, 180, 270
Aruba, 317 and n, 318, 323
Ashanti tribe, 73 n, 278
Asiatic labour, inflow into B.W.I., 315-16
Asphalt, 6, 178 and n, 203, 206
Attorney General, appointment, method of, 14, 15, 107 n; on Ex. Co., 101, 106, 119; on Leg. Co., 101
Auditor, appointment, method of, 14, 15, 107; commercial post-audit, right of, 125; on Ex. Co., 106; parochial, 138
Australia, trade with B.W.I., 40
Bagasse, 186
Baker, Moses, 277
Bananas, and bulk-buying, 40-1; D.W.O. assistance to, 187 n.; diseases in, 198 n, 323; as export crop, 180 and n., 187; and social welfare scheme, 254
Baptists, 275 n, 277
Barbados, Anglican Church in, 145, 273-4; colour bar in, 85; constitutional position of, 6, 99, 100 and n, 116 n; and customs union, 33 n.; D.W.O. activity in, 8, 43 and n., 219, 255; and federation, 332, 340; food production in, 261 n.; franchise in, 173 and n., 174, 175 n; Governor, position of, in, 100, 113 n., 114; illiteracy in, 282; industrialization in, 202; labour relations in, 232, 235; local government in, 136, 137 and n., 138-40, 151; migration from, 316, 322, 326; political structure of, 157; population problems of, 6, 307, 308 n., 316; rum industry in, 54; secondary industries in, 205 and n., 221; industry in, 6, 51 n., 52, 63, 184, 204
Barbados Welfare Ltd., 255-6
Barrack housing, 267 and n.
Bartlett, F. B., 85 n, 121 n, 296 n., 313 n.
Beckwith, Martha W., 74 n.
Bedwardite sect, 279 n.
Bell Committee, 325
Benham. Frederick. 224 n.

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