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    • PUBLIC OPINION _Vol.1 _No.25_August 7,1937

    • Public opinion-Jamaica-20th century; Jamaica-Government and politics-Periodicals; Jamaica-Social conditions; Jamaica-Economic conditions; Motion picture-Social aspects-Jamaica; Sports-Caribbean Area; Labor disputes-Trinidad and Tobago
    • A weekly Jamaican newspaper in the 1930s which provides news and views about politics; sports; lifestyle; entertainment; culture; and more
    • PUBLIC OPINION _Vol.1 _No.48_January 14,1938

    • Public opinion-Jamaica-20th century; Jamaica-Government and politics-Periodicals; Jamaica-Social conditions; Jamaica-Economc conditions; Performing arts-Jamaica; Labor disputes-Jamaica; Sugar workers-Jamaica; Indians of South America; United...
    • A weekly Jamaican newspaper in the 1930s which provides news and views about politics; sports; lifestyle; entertainment; culture; and more
    • Introduction: The horse decides

    • Caribbean Area-Economic integration; Caribbean Area-Politics and government-21st century; Public-private sector cooperation-Caribbean Area; Labor unions-Caribbean Area
    • Examines the role of the private sector, government and trade unions in regional integration
    • Marcus Garvey and the Early Rastafarians: Continuity and Discontinuity

    • Garvey, Marcus, 1887-1940-Influence;Rastafari movement; Black nationalism-History-20th century; Blacks-Politics and government-20th century.
    • This paper examines the political aspects of the origins of the Rastafarian movement at a time when the Garvey movement was in decline in the 1930s. Its main intentions are to .underscore ways in which Garveyism has affected the evolution of...
    • Our  ancestors and their migration.

    • Slavery-Jamaica-History-19th Century; Jamaica-History; Jamaica-Civilization
    • This research examines the origins of the majority of the Jamaican population, finding that the majority are of African descent. It also discusses how their influence shaped Jamaica's culture.

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