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Trinidad & Tobago: Media & the People

“There is a growing seed of discontent that the government of Trinidad and Tobago has planted through its actions and lack of action. There are more people…being vocal through weblogs and other social media, and it doesn't take a licensed geologist or former trade union leader or economist to know that it will continue growing”: takes heart in knowing that at least one mainstream media journalist “gets it”.

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