Articles in 'Guyana'

THE DAY MY FATHER DIED

The day my father died I could not cry; My mother cried, Not I. His face on the pillow in the dim light Wrote mourning to me, Black and white. We saw him struggle, Stiffen, relax; The face fell empty,...

  • REVIEW: GUYANA, JAGAN AND THE WEST

     Reflections on Cheddi Jagan's Autobiography: THE WEST ON TRIAL (Published by Michael Joseph). "The plantation was indeed a world of...

  • Towards the end of 1962, a discussion group was formed to encourage Guyanese to reflect on their problems and to...

  •  THIS PAPER is provocatively presented by its authors in the form of rough working notes which have only been cursorily...

  • THE PROBLEM The political forces which for the past several years have been operating to drag the country back into...

  • SOME DEVELOPMENTS IN THE NEW WORLD: 1500-1953 In B.G. the introduction of Adult Suffrage in the year 1953 marked a...

  •      In the light of the brief notes set out in Part II, changes in the character of the political...

  • Part IV: The Basis for a New Approach

    44. The brief sketch of the historical process in B.G. 1500-1962 has nevertheless yielded some insights into what bas to...

  • Part V: The Independence Constitution

    For our current purpose, a Constitution may be regarded as guaranteeing stability when the power it formally allocates to individuals...