The major feature of this book is the compelling way it draws working people to the centre of a development process which is about them and for them. Reconstruction of the events of The 1924 Ruimveldt Workers’ Incident and The Burma Road Riots in 1942, major watershed of workers’ resistance in Guyana and The Bahamas, sets the stage for an extraordinary synthesis of primary documents, websites and Data Bases, and the agenda of civil society. This process, creatively employs the vision and organizational structure of Guyanese and Bahamian working people in their demand for self-determination, as a template for an indigenised response-based on inclusion and good governance- to the challenges of globalization.

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