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Bahamas: More on majority rule

Sir Arthur Foulkes continues his discussion of majority rule in the Bahamas, noting that “the architects of the progressive movement in the Bahamas in the Sixties often told the uncompromising old guard that the country would be better off if the old guard dealt with them rather than face a more radicalized generation later on.”

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