Democracy in the Caribbean: Political, Economic, and Social Perspectives
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993 - History - 312 pages
For review see: David Scott Palmer, in The Hispanic American historical review (HAHR), 75, 1 (February 1995); p. 134-135.
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