Troubled and the Troubling Caribbean
|Author: ||Glasgow, Roy|
A collection of essays addressing: the nature and extent of issues facing contemporary Caribbean societies, the character of strategies employed by current leaders dealing with those issues, and the consequences of those attempts.
"Topics include social development and change; education and health care (US Virgin Islands); economic problems, capital, tourism, and labor migration; the International Bauxite Association; foreign policy (Cuba toward black Africa, and Brazil toward the Lower Caribbean Basin). . . . All essays have an economic emphasis and assume the dependency of the Caribbean." - Choice
"There are several interesting chapters. . . . presents an important critique of Caribbean tourism by exposing some of its detrimental effects on Barbados." - Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs