Caribbean Constitutional Reform : Rethinking the West Indian Pol
This is the first book to be written on Caribbean constitutional theory. In the continuing discourse and emergent project of constitutional reform in the Commonwealth Caribbean, it examines the origins of the Indepenence Constitutions across the Commonwealth Caribbean and traces theregion's constitutional development from the time of the emancipation of slavery through to indepencence. At its core is the premise that constitutonal reform must necessarily result in a redifining of West Indian political identity.
|Country of Publication||Jamaica|
|Dimensions||230 x 150 mm|
|Publication Date||Dec 31, 2001|
|Publisher||Caribbean Law Publishing Company,Jamaica|