Articles in 'West Indies'

WELCOME FROM THE PRIME MINISTER OF GUYANA

To many, Independence means merely the formal conceding of political and constitutional power by the imperialists to representatives of the local populace. Some may go further and contend that to be real, it must also mean local control of the...

  • The "Brisbane revolution" is a limited revolution. What has happened to cricket since 1960-61 might be of some significance for...

  • SMALL SOCIETIES IN TRANSITION This is the first of a series of papers which are the transcripts of talks given...

  • SOMETHING TO DISCUSS: C.L.R. JAMES, PARTY POLITICS IN THE WEST INDIES Published by the Author, Port of Spain, 1962   The...

  • I It is unfortunate that the first full-scale published work of West Indian Literary criticism should be a book of...

  • On his terrified visit to Trinidad in 1960, V.S. Naipaul observed of Port of Spain: "The City throbbed with steel...

  • The Growth of Modern West Indies By Gordon Lewis (McGibbon & Kee, 1968) 70  In a field where studies are...

  • An examination of the international trade union movement shows distinct changes in both policy and spheres of activity of metropolitan...