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J J Thomas to E E Williams
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19th century African analysis argued attempt Barbados Barbados Progressive League Beckford black consciousness Black Power Blyden British C.L.R. James capital capitalist Caribbean Colonial Office concept Congress constitutional context Council Crown Colony Crown Colony government Crown Colony system cultural doctrines of black economic elected elements emphasised establishment expressed fact formulations Garvey Garvey's Garveyism Governor Guyana hinterland historical ideology imperial government important independence industry intellectual Jamaica Jamaica Assembly James Johnson-Forest Tendency labour legislative legislature London Marxist Moreover movement nationalist Negritude Negro non-capitalist Old Representative System organisation Parliament party Party's plantation economy planters population position principle production programme Puerto Rico question race racial reform region Revolution revolutionary sector self-government slave slavery social socialist society Soviet Union strategy structure struggle theoretical theory Thomas trade tradition Trinidad and Tobago Trotskyist trusteeship underdeveloped vanguard party West Indian West Indies Williams workers World