Changing Jamaica

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Changing Jamaica

By Adam Kuper
Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1976
163 pp. $15.00

Employing an anthropological approach to the total analysis of Jamaican society, the author concludes, inter alia, that the stable two-party political system is likely to endure, principally because of the absence of entrenched racial, ethnic or class blocs.

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