Caribbean Dependence . .by Ransford W. Palmer.
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in Beautiful Countries (1984) Caribbean Dependence on the United States Economy (1979) Guyana (coauthor) (1969). The caribbean economy in the age of globalization.
The Jamaican Economy (1968).
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Early modern violence spoke volumes but the particular story any one act of violence might tell depended on its various agents, participants, and audience living the historical moment. One ringing refrain of this volume, however, is that violence more often than not told the story of the tenuous nature of patriarchal authority in early modern England.
The United States has used preferential trade arrangements to open its market to Caribbean trade. The aim of the Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act (CBERA) of 1983 was to replace aid with trade, bolstered by the argument during the Reagan Administration that trade would promote the growth and development of a vigorous private sector as a bulwark against the encroachment of socialism in the region. 2 To accomplish this, the CBERA provided incentives for .
This a list of sovereign states and dependent territories in the West Indies. The West Indies can be taken to mean all the countries in and around the Caribbean Sea that lies within an area that stretches from Grand Bahama Island in the north to Curaçao in the south, and French Guiana in the east to Belize in the west. This is an expanse (mostly of ocean) which measures about 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometres) from north to south, and over 2,500 miles (4,000 kilometres) from east to west.
John H. Stinson Fernández, Ransford W. Blood Relations: Caribbean Immigrants and the Harlem Community, 1900–1930.