Modern Bahamian Society
"Lengthy collection of articles on the social history of contemporary Bahamian society contains works by distinguished specialists. Includes sections on politics, economics, and culture. Includes essays by R. Ramsaran on the economy, D.L. Johnson on Black Tuesday, C.P. Hughes on symbolic race relationships, and J. Levey on ethnography of small village life"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.
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