Caribbean Integration: The Politics of Regionalism

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Caribbean Integration: The Politics of Regionalism

By W. Andrew Axline
Nichols, 1979
233 pp. $23.50

A solid review of integration theory and its application to the Caribbean, with full reference to the many obstacles-political and economic nationalism in particular. There is much discussion of "widening," which implies a purely market approach, as opposed to "deepening," which points to meaningful development through integration of production. An inherent obstacle is noted: "The logical relationship between widening and deepening is such that the further one goes down one path the harder it is to move down the other."

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