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  • EDITORIAL- Volume V No.1

    This issue of the QUARTERLY has been delayed partly on account of technical printing difficulties and partly on account of...

  • WHITHER NEW WORLD

    The case for 'thought' rests on the need to erode the intellectual and philosophical foundations of the old order so...

  • Intellectuals from the Caribbean have played a dominant part in the articulation of pan-Negro and pan African ideologies – which...

  •  I PERSPECTIVES (i) 1825, March 10: Address from the inhabitants of Anguilla to Governor Maxwell. (Maxwell to Earl Bathurst, June...

  • PETER ABRAHAMS-Recent Visitor to Anguilla: Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen: I found when I reached Anguilla that for all practical...

  • INTRODUCTION This article aims to look at some aspects of economic developments in Trinidad and Tobago in the post-war era....

  • TWO POEMS FROM LORCA

    (translated by Lloyd King) HARLEM They hate the bird's shadow on a white and full flushed cheek The struggle of...

  • There is a 70-year old critical tradition within the body of economic knowledge and thought about the socio-economic development of...