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Extended statehood in the Caribbean

paradoxes of colonialism, local autonomy and extended statehood in the USA, French, Dutch and British Caribbean

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Published by Rozenberg Publishers in Amsterdam .
Written in English


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StatementLammert de Jong & Dirk Kruijt (eds.).
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LC ClassificationsF
The Physical Object
Pagination206 p. :
Number of Pages206
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22732553M
ISBN 109051706863

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Author: Dirk Kruijt. In many ways extended statehood in the Caribbean is a work in progress. What issues present themselves as significant characteristics of this ‘work in progress’ Firstly, a review of extended statehood’s ‘mission’ and its ‘work in progress’ is presented, and followed with an analysis of the unity (or fragmentation, or lack) of.

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