File id34849 - "Documents of Caribbean Struggles -Jamaica Today: A World View"

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"Documents of Caribbean Struggles -Jamaica Today: A World View"


  • 1970s (Creation)


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Collection of newspaper articles about house squatting in Jamaica Article Headlines: "Jamaica: Democratic Socialism versus The Struggle for Change" "Problem of Captured Property" "PM newers warning against land capture" "Captured: Houses and Land" "Rema: the politics of terror" "Capturing Capitalist Houses" "Brother versus Brother" "Squatters Must Go" "Property or Anarchy" "Spaulding: Committed to End 'Capture' of Govt. Property" "Getting to the heart of the Rema affair" "Big owners won't release unused land" "1,300 norwood squatters step forward" "Democratic socialism" "Week-end reflections" "1,200 acre property seized by squatters" "Morant Bay: The Diary of a Rebellion" "Jamaica: Workers" "Law and Order Jamaican Style" " 'Justice' demo for a 17-year old boy" "Police vigilante squad taken out of operation" "Houses only occupied, not captured" "No evidence of JLP, PNP aid to gangs" "How workers participate in Iran" "Middle class houses" "Police tear gas disperses marchers" "New police violence launched against the people, crime only an excuse" "Citizens protest killings by police" "Where are our radicals?" "Court opens hearing into appeal by J.O.S. workers" "Soares Regime unable to bring stability to portugal" "Portugal: Turning Defeat Into Victory" "Police Up Attacks on Trench Town Youth" "The Struggle for Worker's Control in Tanzania" "Spain: Revolution on Land and in Industry" "The Adventure of Westmoreland: Workers council in Rural Jamaica - 1969-1971"

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