- Title Pages
- Caribbean Studies Series
- Note on Nomenclature
- Chapter One Those that be in Bondage
- Chapter Two The Private Thoughts of a Political Man
- Chapter Three Webber’s Entrance to the Political Arena, 1919–21
- Chapter Four Webber’s Political Ascendancy, 1921–25
- Chapter Five The Constitutional Crisis
- Chapter Six Webber’s Leadership, the Popular Party, and the ConstitutionaL Crisis, 1926–27
- Chapter Seven Webber: A Traveling Man
- Chapter Eight The Quest for Self-Government
- Chapter Nine The Sugar Crisis, Constitutional Reform, and the White Man’S Burden
- Chapter Ten Exploring New Worlds
- Chapter Eleven Patriot and Businessman
- Chapter Twelve Webber: A Keynesian
- Chapter Thirteen Colonies in Search of a Nation
- Chapter Fourteen Going Down With His Colors Flying
- Chapter Fifteen Ideology, Race, Celebrity
- Chapter Sixteen A Devoted West Indian Son
- (p.3) Introduction
- Caribbean Visionary
Selwyn R. Cudjoe
- University Press of Mississippi
This introductory chapter first sketches the life and work of Albert Raymond Forbes Webber, one the Guyana’s most brilliant statesmen, and then sets out the book’s purpose, which is to recover Webber’s life and fill an important lacuna in Guyanese and Caribbean history. It also chronicles Webber’s contributions to the making of the Guyanese nation at an important period of its development.
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