In a very broadly based treatment of the huge Caribbean emigration to the United States and Europe, the authors recount in depth the historical, cultural and economic forces at work and the problems experienced by the restless migrants, at home and abroad. The account extends to Mexico and Puerto Rico as well as to Central America and the island nations, and it attempts to locate these movements within the broadest possible framework. Well done.
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