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U.S.V.I., Trinidad & Tobago: Best on Self-Knowledge

A Nation or Nobody refers to a speech by the late Trinidadian intellectual Lloyd Best, noting that his “most important message is…that locally-based forms of knowledge are what all people should be striving to develop. Just because the majority of the Caribbean’s people trace their lineage to somewhere else, doesn’t mean political and academic institutions don't need to be homegrown.”

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