The Blackest Thing in Slavery Was Not the Black Man
The Last Testament of Eric Williams
This volume makes a significant contribution in that it moves beyond African slavery. It continues the narrative after abolition by showing how the capitalist impulse enabled Europe and the United States to devise other (non-slavery) ways of further exploiting of non-African people in developing countries. These nations fought this further exploitation in banding together to create the south-to-south nonaligned movement, which gave mutual assistance in a number of areas. Most other works tend to separate these issues or deal with them on a regional basis. Eric Williams offers a comprehensive view, tying together many themes in a vast compendium.
Shabine and Other Stories
by Hazel Simmons-McDonald
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Journal of Caribbean history
Volume 56 Issue 1
Editor: Professor Kathleen E. A. Monteith
- The Connections Between Grenada and Trinidad in the Age of Fedon 1783–1797 by Kit Candlin
- “The Greatest Attributes of Freedom”: Water, Kinship, and the Village Movement in Colonial Guyana by Catherine Peters
- Social Exclusion and the Entanglement of State, Religion and Civil Society in Mid-Twentieth Century Curaçao by Margo Groenewoud
This feature includes:
- Farewell from previous editor, Dr. Anthony Harriott
- Confronting Silences Haunting Guyana’s Juvenile Justice System
- Cut and Paste Policing? An Assessment of Compstat’s Importation
and Implementation in a Developing Country
- Interrupting Gang Violence in Urban Trinidad through Conflict
Caribbean Trade, Integration and Development - Selected Papers and Speeches of Alister McIntyre (Vol. 2)
Caribbean Trade, Integration and Development - Selected Papers and Speeches of Alister McIntyre (Vol. 1)
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