Articles in 'Governance'

ANGUILLA: THE ANATOMY OF DECOLONIZATION

 I PERSPECTIVES (i) 1825, March 10: Address from the inhabitants of Anguilla to Governor Maxwell. (Maxwell to Earl Bathurst, June 18, 1825, dispatch no. 171, Colonial Office Records). An act had recently been passed reducing the power of the Anguillian...

  • 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...

  • The primary condition for the successful establishment and maintenance of a coalition is agreement by the two factions of the...

  • PART VII: Operations in 1963-64

    It has often been noted in this paper that Guyana may have reached the point of no return in 1962....

  • Part VIII: Prologue

    Is a coalition the only way out in the short term ? This depends on whether the society can, without...

  •   Consider first that given the structure of political power in Guiana today the area of political consensus between the...

  • 1. It would be unrealistic to expect the same extent of unity that existed in 1953 to be achieved at...

  • Some advance copies of the paper were circulated among certain members of the community for comment. One set of comments...