Dual Legacies in the Contemporary Caribbean: Continuing Aspects of British and French Dominion

Dual Legacies in the Contemporary Caribbean: Continuing Aspects of British and French Dominion

Dual Legacies in the Contemporary Caribbean: Continuing Aspects of British and French Dominion

Dual Legacies in the Contemporary Caribbean: Continuing Aspects of British and French Dominion

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Introduction - the past in the present, Paul Sutton; the post-war decline of the sugar economy in the Commonwealth Caribbean, Ramesh Ramsaran; sugar in Barbados and Martinique - a socio-economic comparison, Michael Sleeman; the sugar protocol of the Lome Conventions and the Caribbean, Paul Sutton; citizenship and parliamentary politics in the English-speaking Caribbean, Anthony Maingot; the political economy of independence of the former associated states of the Commonwealth Caribbean, Tony Thorndike; Guyane - a departement like the others?, Frank Schwarzbeck; an economic policy for Martinique, Jean Crusol; the social and political thought of Aime Cesaire and C. L. R. James - some comparisons, John La Guerre; cultural dualism and political domination in Haiti, David Nicholls; contemporary educational issues in the Commonwealth Caribbean, Colin Brock.
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