Implications for Decolonization under Globalization, 1940–1970
This chapter examines the period from 1940–1970, when the early nationalist movement gradually occupied state power within a framework of limited self-government. The discussions cover the social structure of colonial St. Lucia and the challenge of working-class nationalism; the emergence of tentative anti-colonialism as ideologically hegemonic within the nationalist movement in St. Lucia; the perceived limitations in the capacity of St. Lucia for the responsibility of full political sovereignty; and the character of St. Lucian nationalism.
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