Placing the roots of Caribbean dependency in a firm historical
perspective, this study highlights the ways in which the region has
been and continues to be a pawn in great power politics and
economics. The past is both haunting and daunting, hampering the
regions autonomous development. The author develops his argument by
focusing on how politics, economics and race have shaped Caribbean
history and contemporary life. Discussion of these themes include
the Spanish-, French- and Dutch-speaking Caribbean islands as well.
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