Product DescriptionOffering a rare perspective on a pan-Caribbean region has moved from center to periphery Western world, Caribbean travel through five centuries of economic and social development, focusing on issues such as the plantation economy slave implementation, changes in political control of the centuries, the impact of the United States, and the effects of Castro’s Cuban revolution in the area. The newly revised second edition explains the concepts of “settlers” and “exploitation” of society, makes more explicit the characteristics of state formation and the concept of fragmented nationalism, incorporating the results of recent studies, extending the treatment of modern times, updates of the CHR. . . More>>

The Caribbean: The Genesis of a Fragmented Nationalism

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