Politics in a Half Made Society
This is a descriptive account of politics in Trinidad and Tobago from the emergence of local politicians around 1925 through the period of nationalist politics in the 1950s and the subsequent 25-year turbulent rule of the Peoples National Movement led by the charismatic scholar-politician, Dr Eric Williams, and finally to the emergence of the first Indian-led government and the political crisis which recently enveloped the country. Politics in a Half-Made Society fulfils the need for an objective, comprehensive and up-to-date account of the politics of Trinidad and Tobago and will appeal to students of Caribbean politics, history and the broader field of Caribbean studies.
|By||Meighoo Kirk (Author)|
|Dimensions||229 x 155 mm|
|Publication Date||Dec 1, 2|