The Politics of Change: A Jamaican Testament

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Howard University Press, 1974 - History - 270 pages
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Challenges the view that public investment patterns reflect political pressures from pro-development groups. Manley, Prime Minister of Jamaica, examines the condition of the country as a newly independent nation seeking to define a moral frame, a social objective, and a possible methodology for its political system. He discusses imperialism, human rights, education, productivity; his own attitude toward communism, socialism, and drugs. No bibliography. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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One of the best books written by a political leader. Thorough, truthful and bold. Recommended this book to all political scholars, community leaders etc

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