Product no.: HP083

Edited by Yussuff Haniff

Errol Walton Barrow was among the dominant figures in the political life of Barbados for more than two decades. His contribution to the economic development of Barbados has never been in doubt, acknowledged even by his critics. He re-shaped the economic relationships among the English-speaking Caribbean countries by leading the formation, first, of the Caribbean Free Trade Area (CARIFTA) and, later, the much broader Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM).

Errol Barrow preached a gospel of economic self-reliance for the English Caribbean, and self-respect for the Black man in Barbados and beyond.

This collection represents a portion of some his significant speeches, made over the years, and reflects the kind of philosophy and thinking that guided his actions both in and out of government.

  • 210 x 148 mm
  • 200 pages
  • Paperback

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