- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
2New Imperialism and Domestic Agitations
3The Rise of Ethnic and Class Consciousness: 1921–1930
4Public Spectacles: 1931–1940
5The American Presence: 1940–1950
6The 1950s: The Rise and Fall of Self-Determination
7The 1960s: “Guiana Lament”: The Painful Road to Independence
8The 1970s: “Making the Small Man a Real Man”
9The 1980s: Long Live the President—The President Is Dead!
10The 1990s: “Dessie, You Wrong! Dessie, You Wrong!”
11Findings and Conclusions
- Musical Life in Guyana
Vibert C. Cambridge
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