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  • THE RACIAL DOUBLE-STANDARD

    Review Comment on New World Quarterly : Guyana Independence Issue (Vol. II No. 3), Barbados Independence Issue (Vol. III Nos....

  • POETRY: IN THE GRAY DAWN

    - (a patriot's lament) they are not singing our anthem any more no not any more its words have lost...

  • 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...

  • REVIEW: THIRD WORLD PERSPECTIVES

     Frantz Fanon, Studies in a Dying Colonialism, New York, Monthly Review Press, 1965. Faced with the seemingly irrational, the modern...

  •  Peter Abrahams, This Island Now. Faber and Faber, London 1966.  One welcomes any novel about the present day Caribbean situation....

  • REVIEW: PLANTATION LEGACY

    Elsa V. Goveia, Slave Society in the British Leeward Islands at the end of the Eighteenth Century. (New Haven, 1965,...

  • EDITORIAL

    New World Publications are radical in their approach. But it is important to define this radicalism, and to note that...

  • ADVERTISEMENT/ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

    INVESTMENT in TRINIDAD & TOBAGO DID YOU KNOW THAT:   For the Economy as a whole it requires new investment...