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The CLR James Journal

Volume 22, Issue 1/2, Fall 2016
Moving Forward With Clive Thomas

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Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith, Foreword
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George Danns, Paget Henry, Introduction: Moving Forward With Clive Thomas
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clive thomas: a portrait in theory and praxis
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Tony Weis, Thomas B. Singh, Transformative Scholarship: The Praxis of CY Thomas
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clive thomas and the economics of postcolonial transformation
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Mats Lundahl, Utopia in the Caribbean: The Transformational World of Clive Thomas
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Maurice Odle, Caribbean Integration: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
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Jay R. Mandle, Modernization in the Caribbean: The Limited Achievements of Integration and Development
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Dennis C. Canterbury, Neoliberal Financialization: The ‘New’ Imperial Monetary and Financial Arrangements in the Caribbean
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Paget Henry, Between Arthur Lewis and Clive Thomas: Gaston Browne and the Antiguan and Barbudan Economy
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George K. Danns, Dependence and Transformation and the New South-South Development (NSSD) Paradigm
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clive thomas, culture, and postcolonial transformation
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Charisse Burden-Stelly, Percy C. Hintzen, Culturalism, Development, and the Crisis of Socialist Transformation: Identity, the State, and National Formation in Thomas’s Theory of Dependence
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