Jamaican leaders : political attitudes in a new nation / by Wendell Bell.


Berkeley : University of California Press, 1964.

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Subjects Elite
Jamaica -- History -- 1962-
Jamaica.
Jamaika
Nationalism -- Case studies.
Nationalism -- Jamaica.
Nationalism.
Políticos jamaiquinos.
Public opinion -- Jamaica.
Public opinion.
Description xii, 229 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 211-224).
Contents Jamaica: past and present -- Generalizing Jamaica's development: increases in scale and the spread of equality -- Who are Jamaica's leaders? -- What kind of social structure should Jamaica have? -- Should Jamaica have a democratic political system? -- Should Jamaica be politically independent? -- What should Jamaica's global alignments be? -- Conclusion: Jamaica's precarious future.
Genre Case studies.
History.
Geographic Area Jamaica
Network Numbers (OCoLC)485638
(OCoLC)ocm00485638
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WorldCat Identities Bell, Wendell,
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