Jamaica and Britain

Jamaica, writes Morris Cargill, has been a British possession since the times of Cromwell.

English map of Jamaica, 1600sWithin its small area of 4,470 square miles, Jamaica contains many of the world’s races and exemplifies a considerable number of its problems. Here may be studied in miniature and at close quarters some of the more agitating social and political stresses of our day.

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