978-0-87023-888-8 / 0870238884

Eric E. Williams Speaks: Essays on Colonialism and Independence

by Williams, Eric E.

Publisher:Calaloux Pubns



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Williams (1911-1981) is well known for his historical writings (in particular the classic Capitalism and Slavery), less known for his essays on politics and political theory written during his many years as premier, chief minister, and prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago. This volume reproduces Williams's most important political writings, from My Relations with the Caribbean Commission (1955), which describes his entrance into politics, to The Chaguaramas Declaration (1970), which sets forth his vision of society following the 1970 Black Power demonstrations in Trinidad and Tobago. Supplementing the essays are chapters by Selwyn R. Cudjoe, C.L.R. James, George Lamming, and Erica Williams-Connell, which analyze Williams's contributions and discuss his legacy.

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