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The Newer Caribbean: Decolonialization, Democracy, and Development
The Newer Caribbean: Decolonialization, Democracy, and Development
Edited by Paget Henry and Carl Stone
Institute for the Study of Human Issues, 1983, 348 pp.

Sixteen essays, many by Caribbean contributors, are grouped under the headings of decolonialization and national development, contemporary world order and national development, and democracy and national development. The viewpoints range from centrist to those advocating deep alterations in class structure and production relationships. This is another volume in the Inter-American Politics series under the auspices of the Center for Inter-American Relations.