I Speak for the People: The Memoris of Wynter Crawford

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Wynter Algernon Crawford (1910-1993) was undisputedly one of the giants of the movement for political and social enfranchisement that culminated in the independence of Barbados in 1966. Publisher and editor of the Barbados Observer (a radical weekly newspaper), founder and leader of the West Indies National Congress Party, parliament for a continuous period of 26 years, he can be readily compared with his eminent contemporaries and occasional allies, Grantley Herbert Adams and Errol Walton Barrow. He at least equaled them ...

I Speak for the People: The Memoris of Wynter Crawford 2003, Ian Randle Publishers

ISBN-13: 9789766371265

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