High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rachel Manley is a
Jamaican writer, born in Cornwall, England, raised in Jamaica and
currently residing in Canada. She is a daughter of former Jamaican
Prime Minister Michael Manley. She won the Governor General's Award
for English language non-fiction in 1997 for her memoir Drumblair:
Memories of a Jamaican Childhood. She has since published two more
memoirs. Michael Norman Manley ON OCC (December 10, 1924 - March 6,
1997) was the fourth Prime Minister of Jamaica (1972 - 1980, 1989 -
1992). Michael Manley was a democratic socialist. The second son of
Jamaica's Premier Norman Manley and Jamaican artist Edna Manley,
Michael Manley was a charismatic figure who became the leader of
the Jamaican People's National Party a few months before his
father's death in 1969.
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