Living at the Borderlines by Don Marshall, Cynthia Barrow-Giles

Living at the Borderlines

Don Marshall, Cynthia Barrow-Giles

nonfiction business economics challenging informative medium-paced

584 pages

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"The idea that the Caribbean could be devolving downward in wealth, function and sovereignty has become a recurrent theme in both academic and popular literature. By focusing on some of the current issues facing Caribbean nation states, the editor...
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