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WEST INDIAN
SOCIAL SCIENCES
INDEX

An index to four publications











WEST INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCES INIEX

An index to Moko, New World Quarterly,
Savacou, Tapia
1963 1972














Prepared by

SHIRLEY EVELYN



With an introduction by

GORDON ROHLEHR



























St. Augustine
1974









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PREFACE


The idea for an index of this kind took shape in 1969. The purpose
was to produce a record of the contents of a number of "little" newspapers and
journals that were beginning to mushroom throughout the Caribbean. As origin-
ally conceived, the index would have included a far greater number and variety
of newspapers and journals that were coming out of the "little" presses which
flourished everywhere in the region. The plan also included indexing two news-
papers that had been going for sometime in Trinidad, The Nation and the Vanguard,
the former being the official organ of the People's National Movement and the
latter that of the Oilfield Workers' Trade Union.

The work, once begun, proved too ambitious an undertaking for one
person. This and the unsettling conditions in Trinidad in 1970 combined to
bring about its suspension. By the time it was resumed more newspapers and
journals were being published. SaVtaeou, for example, first appeared in
September, .1970.

In scaling down the original plan, I decided to continue work on Moko
and Tapia. I chose these two newspapers because they were the first of a new
type in the Caribbean, representing for the most part, the voices of a very
important and new group, the Caribbean intelligentsia. New World Quarterly
which was started in Guyana in 1963 was the precursor of Moko and Tapia. This
journal served as a medium for the expression of dissent and unconventional
ideas of the young intellectuals of the Caribbean. It therefore provided a
foundation for Moko and Tapia and it is for this reason that it was included.
Savaoou is in a sense an. evocation of the early New World Quarterly without the
politics and with far greater emphasis on the imaginative literature of the
region. Its-inclusion was therefore appropriate.

These four publications represent to my mind, a decisive shift in the
intellectual and political consciousness of the new Caribbean and as such a
record of their contents is necessary. In his introduction to the index,
Dr. Rohlehr has provided an incisive and succinct analysis of the social
conditions which gave rise to these periodicals.

The index covers the decade 1963 1972, and includes all issues of
New World Quarterly, Savacou, Moko and Tapia published in this period. An up-
dated supplement will later be published to cover the years 1973 74 and will
include all issues of New World Quarterly, Moko, Savaeou and Tapia that
appeared during that period.

At the time of writing, of the four publications included here only
two, Sadoou and Tapia are issued regularly. Moko ceased to appear in
July 19 3 and New World Quarterly seems to be expiring very slowly, having

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appeared only once since the last issue in 1972. In the meantime, many other
journals and newspapers continue to appear throughout the Caribbean. So far
there has been no published documentation of their contents. This is a task
that needs to be undertaken urgently by the librarians in the region. This
index is offered as a small contribution towards that important task. It is
hoped that it proves useful.

I wish to thank all those librarians who assisted me in the preparation
of this index. My special gratitude is due to Mrs. Maureen Henry who painstak-
ingly proof-read the manuscript, to Miss Barbara Comissiong and Dr. Alma Jordan,
who offered very useful suggestions on the bibliographical style as well as the
subject headings.

SHIRLEY EVELYN
Librarian II.
St. Augustine, 1974. University of the West Indies







INTRODUCTION


Political pamphlets, socio-historical journals, literary periodicals,
weekly and monthly newspapers are no new phenomenon in the West Indies. Since
the Emancipation they have been part of the means whereby race, class, colour
or caste interests have found 'expression. First there was the campaign of
White Creoles for an extension of oligarchy, and later the struggles of free
men of colour and sometimes learning for greater representation in the Crown
Colony Legislature.2

This struggle intensified in the late nineteenth and early twentieth
centuries3 as educational opportunity increased, and as the industrious or
fortunate moved up in a society that remained caste-ridden and iron-bound in
its denial of status to Black and off-Black arrivistes. What is clear from
the bibliographies to the studies of Brathwaite, Wood, Brereton, Carnegie, and
a work such as Ivy Baxter's The Arts of an Island4 is that the campaigns of
the various elite groups for tangible recognition within the political and
social system, generated a considerable amount of literature, most of which
awaits cataloguing, indexing, collation and republication as useful socio-
historical and political documents.

Nineteenth century 61litist struggles for recognition and prominence
took place against the background of mass dispossession, the alienation from
the land of an Afro-Creole peasantry, and later East Indian indentured labour-
ers and Spanish Creole peons, on whose labour the French Creole landlords
effected the shift from sugar to cocoa in Trinidad during the latter half of
the nineteenth century. The emerging intellectual elite were therefore caught
in a dilemma: they could either strive to join the established oligarchy, or
choose the role of what W. E. B. Du Bois termed "the talented tenth", and pro-
vide intellectual leadership for the masses. Some, inevitably, endeavoured to
do both things, and, after the fashion of the Puritan elite in mid-seventeenth
century England, or the upper middle classes in the "Age of Reform", rode to
power on the backs of the oppressed whose rebellion they then proceeded to
crush.

This ambiguous relationship between the educated elite and the masses
was no more in greater evidence than in the late Crown Colony period, when it
became clear that the masses were going to have a much greater say in the poli-
tical destiny of the archipelago. The intelligentsia were forced by the urgent
pressures of the time to define their own position in aesthetics as well as in
politics. Hence the presence of several debating societies and cultural clubs,
the emergence of the West Indian man-of-letters, the appearance of a spate of
periodicals, pamphlets and political newspapers, all of which heralded the
expanding consciousness within the islands.








Given, then, this rich, virtually unexplored historical hinterland of
polemic, self-definition and self-analysis throughout the region, it is hardly
necessary to point out the usefulness of an index such as this one which focuses
on four of the most important journals to have emerged in the Anglophone Carib-
bean since the breakup of the Federation, the achievement of Constitutional
Independence by Jamaica, Trinidad, Guyana, Barbados and Grenada, and the emer-
gence of the University of the West Indies after fifteen years or so of Crown
Colony tutelage. New World, Moko, Tapia and Savacou, the four organs that are
indexed here, are in their different and similar ways the visible symbols of the
emergence and struggle of a generation of intellectuals since World War II. It
is in these journals that the future researcher will be able to trace the contin-
uity between the political sensibility of the intellectuals of the thirties, and
those of the fifties and sixties. It is here, too, that he will be able to
divine the extent, to which intellect has been pressed into the service of the
liberation of the people of the Caribbean, or exploited to bolster up the posi-
tion of the new elite.

The New World Movement emerged out of the ashes of the West Indian
Federation. The fact that the University of the West Indies was the only region-
al institution to survive the Federation, helped give New World its regional
flavour. The Caribbean had remained for the men of the fifties a series of
separate islands. Eric Roach, one of the poets of this period had expressed
the hope, alive in that era, that a spirit of regionalism would transcend the
sectional interests of each island:

So, from my private hillock
In Atlantic I join cry:
Come, seine the archipelago;
Disdain the sea; gather the islands hills
Into the blue horizons of our love.5

For West Indian lecturers and students at U.W.I. during the sixties,
the Caribbean as a region became a slowly-emerging reality. Hence it was that
students from throughout the region joined Normal Manley's Referendum campaign
in an attempt to explain to as many people as they could the idea of Federation.
As the decade wore on, there was a noticeable phenomenon: key West Indian
academics would make their intellectual and often political contributions in
territories other than their own:- Lloyd Best, and later William Demas,
Edwin Carrington, Norman Girvan and Alistair Mc Intyre in Guyana; Clive Thomas,
Havelock Brewster, Vaughan Lewis, Edward Brathwaite and Maureen Warner in
Jamaica; Patrick Emmanuel, Bill Riviere, Lewis Bobb and Eric St. Cyr in
Trinidad.

What this meant was that a West Indies had come into being for the
academic, which had little meaning for the politicians. Inevitably the poli-
ticians reacted with suspicion, withholding a passport here, barring entry there,
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refusing work permits everywhere, and kicking out this victim or that as the
necessity of scapegoating demanded. The political lampoonist of Pub.lic Opinion
in 1964 bitterly satirised the Jamaican (and Caribbean) tendency.to stigmatise .
political concern on the part of the academic as !'Communist subversion".:

Subversives are hiding at Mona,
Avenging the death of the Fed.
We'd better confess that the U is a mess
Colour it red.

The country is seething for action,
Resenting inaction and spite,
When the only work done is for those whose side won
Paint our sepulchre white.



Our image is faceless and formless.
We've only our own selves to thank
If our soul has been sold, be it black green or gold.
Colour us blank.

The achievement of the New World Movement in this era of growing
political hostility towards the academic was to keep alive the idea of regional-
ism; to set about the business of providing a language for the analysis of
regional problems; and to publish a journal of high intellectual quality, often
in the midst of a demoralised or a scandal-mongering Press. As Martin Carter
noted in a letter to NeW World Fortnightly:

In discussing our contemporary shambles, almost every visitor
to this country ultimately comes round to asking about local
publications of the nature of this one. And when the answer
is given that there is none, the visitor's shoulders slump ..
and he quickly changes the subject, afraid, perhaps, of saying
something uncharitable. Life in a country as materialistic
and philistine as B.G. soon blunts the edge of the mind. The
almost fanatical preoccupation with hollow issues, the gossip-
mongering which passes for conversation, and the inevitable ,j
political hysteria, leave little time for serious examination
of ideas. I know that the psychological squalor of-everyday
life is exhausting. I know that the urgent practical problem
of making a living comes first. What I do not know is why
only so few revolt, either by word or by deed, against such
acute spiritual discomfort.

The Now World struggle for clarity, the recognition of the need
for analysis on the part of the political economists, and for exegesis on the
part of the creative writer, were themselves a sign that the revolt was taking
place in word, at least, against inherited chaos. As the decade wore on, the
New World Movement were confronted with the task of translating word into deed,
a task that was rendered all the more difficult by the fact that the intellec-
tuals of the thirties and forties had grown increasingly more defensive as.,.they
recognized their impotence in the face of the rigours of neo-colonialism.








In Trinidad, calypsonians who had welcomed in the P N M regime of
scholarship-winners as a sign of the victory of "Big Brain" over "Big Belly"8
now defined the waning of the same regime with unerring, if reluctant accuracy.
Sparrow in Get to Hell Outa Here (late 1964) pin-pointed authoritarianism, ego-
mania, violence of the tongue and grand-charge as the major features of this
decay. Blakie in The Doctor Ain't Deh (1965) pointed to the growing invisibi-
lity of the political leader, who had abandoned the habit of rendering account
to the people in the "University of Woodford Square", or anywhere else. The
Leveller in How to Stop Delinquency (1966) indicated the futility of applying
negative or palliative measures to fundamental problems.

You could tear down the barrack-yard,
Augment the local guard,
Appoint ten committees
Promote big youth rallies
To camp down Nelson Island
But employment is the key
For kink-head and company
That's so evident
Still the dilly-dallying
From our inteZtectual government.

"Intellectual", the word on which the P N M had founded its political house in
1956, had after ten years become a four-letter word for the man on the street; a
term of abuse which connoted the divorce of theory from practice; political leger-
demain and mamaguy instead of planning and implementation; the appointment of
committees to define the well-known problems, and the extension of the army and
police in anticipation of their consequences.

In the process of losing its own faith and energy, the senior genera-
tion set about systematically to discredit their children. Hence constant
attacks on the newly-independent U W I, the equation of political commitment
with subversion, and political non-involvement with ivory-tower complacency.
The impact of this on the popular mind was to increase its bewilderment and
its mistrust of academics. The impact on the New World movement was to inten-
sify in some the desire for active political confrontation, while it increased
in others a sense of the need for caution. It was on this question of how to
translate theory into practice that the New World Movement split in Trinidad
in 1968.

Moko and Tapia have been the results of that split. The "Rodney
Affair" of 1968 merely provided the catalyst for forces which had already been
in process since the mid-sixties, the time when the generation of the fifties
began to think of themselves as an alternative to the men of the thirties who
held the cat-'o-nine-tails and SLR's of power. Moko at the start reflected
its New World genesis. It attempted to analyse political issues, and gave
fair weight to literary and social criticism. The entry of one of its two
editors into party politics necessitated a change of language and orientation.








The greatest achievement of the paper in this period, (1969-1972) was to focus
on a number of abuses in the society, but by and large, in the attempt to feed
what was imagined to be the popular demand for scrutiny of day-to-day scandals,
the paper lost most of its intellectual thrust.

Tapia retained its New World character, and inevitably so, since its
leader had been one of the founders of the New World Movement in Guyana of the
early sixties. Its approach to political involvement has been gradualist; the
movement attempts to lay down foundations within the people, to work out a
careful plan for change, and a language based on the concrete experience of the
society. All this has been difficult in an age where intellectualism has been
discredited in the eyes of the people. Moreover, the people themselves are
fighting their own campaigns in the trade unions, on the streets, in the calypso-
tents, at politico-cultural rallies, and some of the more desperate, in the hills.
One of the major features of the 1970 "February Revolution", was that it attemp-
ted to discredit intellectualism, even though some of its leaders had gone, or
were going to the University of the West Indies. This attempt clearly indica-
ted the desire to make a clean break with the generation of the thirties; to
enter into no dialogue at all with the past; or, to select only such features
of the past as may seem expedient to the present struggle.

Given the growing articulateness of the people in organizations such
as the trade unions, which deal with bread-and-butter issues, and the deepening
spirit of "no dialogue with the enemy" and "no compromise with the system" on
the part of the more militant youth, a group such as Tapia which stresses the
notion of continuity with the past, and thinks in terms of evolution, rather
than the trauma of revolutionary change, is going to have a hard time. It may
well be caughtbetween the failure of the old generation, and the painful
unillusion of the young, who are learning to live without hope, but are still
fearful of future betrayals.

Tapia as a periodical, has been outstanding for its regularity of
appearance, the high standard of its presentation, its focus from time to time
on the problems of the nation and the Third World, and for the space which it
so generously allots to art and culture. It has been the major medium for
literary criticism in the region. Moreover, some of the very radical groups
who dismiss the Tapia House group for its gradualism, have had their causes
aired in its newspaper. Particularly impressive was the focus Tapia provided
in mid-1973 on the violent and bloody confrontation between the Police and the
guerillas. The greatest feature of an index such as this one, is that it
enables one to gain an overview of the wide range of topics covered in Tapia
during the first four years of its existence. As time goes on and one gains
perspective through distance, these years will, I believe, be viewed as an era
of tremendous intellectual vitality, when the struggle for coherence began to
be won.






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Savacou has grown out of an entirely different current of the
Caribbean awakening the Caribbean Artists' Movement. This movement,
pioneered by Edward Brathwaite, John La Rose, Orlando Patterson, Andrew Salkey,
Louis James and others in 1967, began by producing monthly newsletters based on
its activities. It brought together poets, painters, actors, novelists and
academics in exile, arranged two successful conferences of Caribbean artists in
1967 and 1968 until, like the New World movement in Trinidad, it was suddenly
confronted and undercut by the Black Power deluge of the late sixties. But, as
has been happening in all of these movements, fission has led to fusion, often
in a landscape other than in the original. Brathwaite returned to the History
Department of U W I Jamaica, to pioneer Savacou a journal which attempts to
complement the work of New World in bridging the gaps between the Arts and the
Social Sciences. The journal complements New World in that it gives more space
to history and literary criticism than to political economy. If New World
derived its thrust from the many economists and students of Government who wrote
for it, SavaCou has benefitted from the editorship of Ken Ramchand, but more
particularly from that of Edward Brathwaite who as poet, historian and literary
critic spans and integrates three major disciplines necessary to the Caribbean
awakening.

This index is, one trusts, only the beginning of a vaster undertaking.
Wanted are similar indices on the Calypso, The Nation, Public Opinion
Kyk-Over-Al, Bim, Caribbean Quarterly, Abeng, Ratoon, the Vanguard, and the
Guyana New World Fortnightly which ran for fifty issues in Guyana during the mid-
sixties. Such indices will provide invaluable aid to researchers who are trying
to assess the nature and impact of the intellectual activity in the Caribbean
over the last thirty years. For, contrary to a popularly held opinion, there
has been no lack of self-definition, nor of creative activity in the West Indies.
What have been missing are continuity and power of recall. Careful cataloguing
and cross-indexing of what has been said, sung and written is a necessary
beginning to this process of recall and recovery.



References


1 Brathwaite, E., The Development of Creole Society in Jamaica 1770-1820,
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1971.

2 Wood, D., Trinidad in Transition, London, O.U.P., 1968.

3 Brereton, B., A Social History of Trinidad, 1870-1900, Unpublished
Doctoral Thesis, U.W.I., Trinidad, 1972.

Thomas, J. J., Fraudacity, London, New Beacon Books, 1969. First published
by T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1889.









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Carnegie, J., Aspects of Politics in Jamaica 1918-1938, Kingston,
Institute of Jamaica, 1973.

(4) Baxter, I., The Arts of An Island, Metuchen, New Jersey, Scarecrow Press,
1970.

(5) Roach, E., "Love Overgrows a Rock," Bim,v.7 no 25, July-Dec. 1957, p.16.

(6) "Sybil's Colouring Book," Public Opinion (Jamaica,) April 5, 1964, p.7.

(7) Carter, M., jLetter to the Editor/, New World Fortnightly, (Guyana), No.1,
Nov. 30, 1964.

(8) Sparrow, William the Conqueror, 1957, (Calypso).

(9) Leveller, How to Stop Delinquency,1966, (Calypso).



GORDON ROHLEHR
Lecturer, Department of English


University of the West Indies,
St, Augustine,
Trinidado
1975





















PUBLICATIONS INDEXED AND THEIR ABREVIATIONS



New World. Quarterly NWQ
New World Occasional Bulletins NWOB
New World Pamphlets NWP
Moko M
Savacou S
Tapia T
Tapia pamphlets TP
Tapia Special National Crisis TSNC









A GUIDE TO THE USE OF
THE WEST INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCES INDEX



DESCRIPTION

The West Indian Social Sciences Index is an author and subject
index of the contents of Moko, New World Quarterly, Savacou, Tapia and
all the occasional publications that appeared during that period covered
by the index.

The index is comprehensive in its coverage of each publication,
providing subject approaches to all articles, editorials, letters to the
Editor and book reviews. Author and title entries are provided for the
short stories and poems that appeared in these periodicals.

The subject headings used for this index are based upon the Library
of Congress Subject Headings though of necessity, many new headings have
been required.




ARRANGEMENT

Items are grouped unde) subject headings that are as specific as
possible. The subject headings are arranged in an alphabetical sequence
which includes author entries. Articles, editorials, letters to the Editor
and book reviews are entered under as many subjects as are required. Each
entry provides all the bibliographical information necessary for locating
the items.

There are many cross references; the "seee" references are used to
indicate synonymous or preferred terms under which articles are actually
listed, the "see also" references also serve as guides toCrelatedtsubJeots
which should be checked for article 6of similar informationall. content.'



Author Entries

Articles, short stories and poems are listed under the name of
their authors. Following is a typical author entry:
THOMPSON, WALLY
Creoles and pidgins, East and West.
NWQ 2(4): 11-16, '66.
The author's name, Wally Thompson is given first as a heading. Below the
author's name is the title of the article followed by the abbreviated title
of the periodical in which it appears. The volume, issue number, the page
and the year of publication follow.











Subject Entries

Subject entries differ from author entries only slightly. An
example of a typical subject entry is given below:

CREOLE DIALECTS
Creole and pidgins, East and West.
W. Thompson. NWQ 2(4): 11-16 '66.

The subject heading "Creole dialects" is given in capitals on a line by itself
followed by the title of the article, the author's name and the abbreviated
title of the periodical with the volume and issue number, paging and year
of publication.




Sub-headings

Subdivisions of broader headings are of two types, subject and
country. These subdivisions appear in lower case in the centre of the column
for example:

SUGAR INDUSTRY
Economic aspects
Diversification and the burden of sugar to Jamaica.
C. Thomas. NUQ 5(1/2): 41-6, '69.
The economics of the sugar industry is dealt with in this article written by
C. Thomas in the issue (1/2) of volume 5 of New World Quarterly. The article
appears on pages 41-46 and the year of the publication is 1969.




LOCATING AN ITEM OF INTEREST

1. To locate articles, poems or short stories when the author is
known, look directly under the name of the author.

2. To locate articles on a given subject look under as specific a
subject heading as possible.

3. To locate the poems and short stories appearing in these
publications look under the headings "Poems" and "Short Stories".












WEST INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCES INDEX


an index to four publications


ACDC/DLP. See Action Committee of
Dedicated Citizens/Democratic Labour
Party (Trinidad and Tobago).

ASCRIA. See African Society for
Cultural Relations with Independent
Africa (Guyana).

ABDULAH, CLIVE, Bishop of Trinidad
and Tobago
Brother rap. M 107: 5, June 30,
'72.
Open letter to Lord Bishop Abdulah.
F. Bayliss. M 43: 1-2, Oct. 23,
'70.

ABENG (newspaper)
Abeng, Moko and New World; a review.
N. Girvan. NWQ 5(1/2): 1-4, '69.
/Letter to the Editor/. M. Alleyne.
T 8: 7-8, Aug. 9, '70: Reply. No
Doctor, No. G. Beckford. 8: 7-8,
Aug. 9, '70.
/Letter to the Editor/. G. Beckford.
T 6: 5, Mar. 8, '70.
The ministry of fear. /Editorial/.
M 16: 2-3, June 6, '69.
See-through politics: perception
in the country of the blind.
/Editoriaj/. T 5: 2, Feb. 1, '70.

ABORIGINES, AUSTRALIAN. See Australian
Aborigines.

ABRAHAMS, PETER
tReview of_/ This Island now; the
instant novel now. S. Wynter-Carew.
NWQ 3(3): 78-81, '67.

ABT John
KThe Angela Davis case/. M 66: 4-5,
Aug. 6, '71.

ACADEMIC FREEDOM
Freedom from enquiry. NWP /no. 2/.
Feb. '67. 12p.
Freedom of speech. H. Liverpool.
M 130: 9, Dec. 15, '72.
Mokojumbie /Editorial/. M 2: 2-3,
Nov. 15, '68.


Oh no, Sir Hugh! /Editorial/. M
76: 3, Nov.'27, '71.
The withdrawal of Dr. Beckford's
passport in NWP /no.J/: 1-10,
/'65/o

See also
Political expulsions.

ACHONG, TITO
Tito P. Achong vs. Eric Williams.
Review of Mayor's Annual Report,
1943/. J. Millette. M 53: 6-7,
9, Jan. 15, '71.

ACOMA (periodical)
Acoma; a new Martiniquan review.
3. La Guerre. M 63: 8, June 25,
'71.

ACTION COMMITTEE OF DEDICATED
CITIZENS/DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY
(Trinidad and Tobago)
If all the men were one man ...
A. Ramrekersingh. T, 19: 3, Aug.
15, '71.
Men, mice and a maniac. M 58: 1,
May 7, '71.
No more doctors. TSNC May 13,
'71. ip.
Only the brave; reflections on
the withdrawal of the ACDC/DLP
from the talks on electoral
reform. M 53: 11-12, Jan. 15,
'71.
Prospects for unity, an interim
statement. M 52: 1, Jan. 8, '71.
Your turn to play. T 16: 4-5, May
23, '71.

ADAMS, AUBREY
'Culture' packaged for export.
Why 'Ambakaila' was such a hit_
abroad, /review of 'AmbakailaJ/.
T 2(7): 3, Nov. 19, '72.

ADAMS, Sir GRANTLEY
Exit Norman. J. Millette. M 3:
1, 4, Nov. 29, '68.









ADAMS, Sir GRANTLEY (Continued)
Federation and after. J. Millette.
NWQ 3(1/2): 87-96, '67.
The struggle for freedom; a story of
contemporary Barbados. G. Lewis.
NWQ 3(1/2): 14-29, '67.

ADULT EDUCATION. See Education, Adult.

ADVERTISING
National lottery. F. Lee. M 14:4,
Apr. 9, '69.
Unconventional Press
See
Unconventional Press Advertising.

AERONAUTICS, COMMERCIAL
See also
Airlines.

AFRICA
The problem of African development.
J. Ghamba. M 70: 5,8, Oct.1, '71.
See also subhead Africa under
Socialism.
Antiquities
Reconstructing the African past:
archaeology and dating. F.Baptiste.
T 15: 6, May 9, '71.
Armed Forces
Political Activities
Mutiny in diversity; soldiers and
politics in Africa. T. Kantuma.
M 52: 4, 9, Jan. 8, '71.
Government and Politics
Book Reviews
/Review of/ Africa: the politics of
unity. LY/ I. Wallerstein. K. Post.
NWQ 5(1/21: 81-2, '69.
/Review of/ Politics in West Africa
lby/ Arthur Lewis. A.Mohiddin. NWQ
2(4): 49-56, '66.
History
Exploration in the history of our
peoples. F. Baptiste. Pt. 1, The
white man's burden in Africa. T 10:
6, Nov. 1, '70; Pt.2, The children
of Ham, 11: 6, Nov. 29, '70.

AFRICA, SOUTH. See South Africa.

AFRICAN CULTURE IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Living force of Africa. T 2(1): 11,
Sept. 3, '72.
Yoruba dances of Tunapuna. T 2(1):
11, Sept. 3, '72.


AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
The South African National Congress
since 1948. B. Magubane. Pt.1,
M 54: 5,9-10, Jan. 29,'71; Pt.2,
55: 5, 8-9, 11, Feb.12, '71.

AFRICAN SOCIETY FOR CULTURAL RELA-,
TIONS WITH INDEPENDENT AFRICA
(Guyana)
Gangster rule, American style.
T 22: 9, Nov. 7, '71.
Guyana: the corruprative republic.
MoFitzpatrick. T 20: 21, Aug.
29, '71.
Twenty years of politics in our
land. D.Decaires and M.Fitzpatrick.
NWQ 2(3): 39-45, '66.

AFRO-AMERICAN CULTURE
Can the U.S. buy African soul set
for Boogaloo? T 2(8): 5, Nov.
26, '72.


AFRO-CUBANS
The silent voice
L.King. T 2(7):


of Afro-Cubans.
5,8, Nov.19,'72.


AFRICAN-INDIAN RELATIONS
Guyana
Masses in action. W. Rodney.
NWQ 2(3): 30-7, '66.
Trinidad and Tobago
Africa and East Indians in Trini-
dad. J. La Guerre. T 2(3): 3,
Oct. 8, '72.
By the light of a Deya. K.V.
Parmasad. T22: 5,8, Nov. 7,'71.
DLP; politics of doom. A.Ramreker-
singh. T 2: 5,7, Oct.19,'69.
The East has failed to save the
West and now must save itself.
LLetter to the Editor/. S.Singh.
T 2(8): 7, Nov. 26, '72.
East Indians and integration.
R.Jagessar. M 6: 2, Jan.17,'69.
Indian iceberg. R.Jagessar. T 3:
7, Nov.16,'69. Replies. S.Lowhar.
Blowing hot and cold, 4: 6, 8,
Dec. 21, '69; C.Seetahal, 6: 7,
Mar.8, '70; W.Davis, 6: 7-8,
Mar. 8,'70.
Indian iceberg; blowing hot and
cold. J3. La Guerre. T 19: 6-7,
Aug. 15, '71.
The origins of Afro-Indian unity in
Trinidad. M.Chitmukulu. Pt.1, M 24:
2,9, Mar. 20,'70; Pt.2, 25:5,
May 15, '70; Pt.4, 28: 8, July
3, '70.










AFRO-INDIAN RELATIONS (Continued)
Seeds of India on Caribbean shores.
K.V. Parmasad. T 2(8): 6-7, Nov. 26,
'72.
The task of round 4. T 17: 7, June
27, '71.
The tyranny of concepts. J. La Guerre.
M 73: 20-2, Oct. 29, '71.
Unionists led first liberation. M.
Chitmukulu. M 29: 6, July 17, '70.
See also
Politics and race.

AFRO-SAXON CULTURE
Black power in human song; in the
interest of freedom and justice. S.
Lowhar. TP No. 2 '70. 4p.
Dear Lord, spare us from Daphne Cuffie,
M 124: 9, Nov. 3, '72.
Economic reorganization; proposals before
the February Revolution. T20: 9-10,
15-18,Aug. 29, '71.
February revolution: origins. L. Best.
T 12: 9-13, Dec. 20, '70.
The intellectual tradition and social
change in the Caribbean; an appraisal_
of New World in NWP /no../: 10-16, /66/.
The problems. T 1: 4, 7, '69.
Race, class and politics. K. Singh. M58:
4-5, May 7, '71.
Rt. Hon. Dead Horse,_C.H. Filling the
political vacuum. /Editorial/. T7: 1,
Apr. 19, '70.
See also
Colonial attitudes.
Middle classes.


AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY


See also
Harvesting machinery

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. See Farm produce.

AGRICULTURE

Barbados
The poor man and his land. T. Hills.
NWQ 3(1/2): 110-13, '66.
China
Organization of agriculture in China.
J. Robinson. NWQ 3(3): 41-50, '67.
Jamaica
Some aspects of the post-war economic
development of Damaica. 0. Jefferson.
NWQ 3(3): 1-11, '67.
See also subhead Jamaica under the
following subjects:


Banana industry.
Sugar industry.
Trinidad and Tobago
Agriculture year. /Editorial/.
M 13: 2-3, Apr. 25, '69.
Call that George. M 12: 2, Apr.
11, '69.
Economic reorganization; proposals
before the February revolution.
T 20: 9-10, 15-8, Aug. 29, '71.
Now who remembers Agriculture
Year? (Address to Harland Society,
U.W.I.). L. Best. T 2(10): 6-7,
11, Dec. 10, '72.
Party paradise lost. J. Farmer. T
2: 1, 8, Oct. 19, '69.
Professor Dumont has said nothing
new. M 42: 10, Oct. 16, '70.
Restructuring the Trinidad economy.
S. Ryan. NWQ 4(4): 7-23, '68;

Solutions: emancipation of national
enterprise. T 2: 7, Oct. 19, '69.
UNIP's policy for black re-
construction. M 28: 6-7, July 3,
'70.
W.I. state not wanted. J.M. Dube.
M 76: 8, Nov. 27, '71.
See also subhead Trinidad and
Tobago under the following subject:
Sugar Industry.

AHMED, ABDUL
Curepe; rumble on the blocks. T 24:
11, Feb. 27, '72.

AIRLINES
See also
British West Indian Airways.

AKAN SLAVE INSURRECTIONS
Akan slave rebellions in the
British Caribbean. M. Schuler. S
l(1): 8-31, '70.

ALCOA (Guyana)
The denationalization of Caribbean
bauxite; Alcoa in Guyana. NUJQ
5(3): 35-48, '70.

ALI, ABID
20 reasons for sorrow; nothing to
celebrate. M 114: 1, 16, 8, Aug.
25, '72.

ALI, AZAD
The unsinkable Azad Ali does it again;
Ebony show went on but how. M 87:
6, Feb, 12, '72.
Untold beauty fia-sco. M 88: 8, Feb. 18,
'72.










ALIENS
Trinidad and Tobago
/Letter to the Editor/. M 25: 2, Apr.
10, '70.
Sookrajh must quit; fri tic bid to
renew residence visa fails. M 89:
12, Feb. 26, '72.
Time to pack up and go. M 84: 9, Jan.
22, '72.

ALIENS LAND HOLDING ACT (Trinidad and
Tobago)
Call that George. M 10: 3, Mar. 14,
'69.
On the trail of Jessel. M 11: 2-3,
Mar. 28, '69.

ALL FOURS (card game)
Heroes of war. K. Smith. T 28: 9,
July 30, '72.

ALL TRINIDAD AND FACTORY WORKERS TRADE
UNION
Give the poor a chance. M 20: 7, Jan.
16, '70.

ALLENDE, SALVADOR
Spotlight on a revolutionary. M 130:
10, Dec. 15, '72.

ALLEYNE, MERVYN
/Letter to the Editor/. T 8: 7, Aug.
9, '70; Reply. No, Doctor, No. G.
Beckford. 8: 7-8, Aug. 9, '70.

ALS, MICHAEL
Time to move. MS May 2, '69, p.2.

ALLUM, DESMOND
Legality vs. morality. M 57: 1-8,
Mar. 26, '71.

ALMS HOUSES
The poor poor poor house. P. Daniel.
m 118: 3, Sept. 22, '72.

ALSTONS LIMITED (Trinidad and Tobago)
Alstons; another capitalist conglom-
erate. M 128: 9, Dec. 1, '72.

AMOCO TRINIDAD OIL COMPANY
Amoco, Montano, Ministry, in row. M
101: 12, May 19, '72.
Big oil swindle, M 126: 1, 11, Nov. 17,
'72'.
Discontent over Amoco $1200m project.
T 2(6): 3, Nov, 12, '72.
East coast rebellion brewing discontent
over Amoco $1200m project. T 2(4): 1,
12, Oct. 22, '72.
Gift from Amoco. M 116: 3, Sept. 8, '72.
How Amoco fix-up money didn't fix the
road. M 106: 4, June 23, '72.


Now a new natural gas scheme. M.
Dagga, M 125: 9, Nov. 10, '72.
Race war at Amoco. M 132: 1, Dec.
29, '72,
Tapia round the country. Gua-
yaguayare, Mayaro. /EditorialJ.
T 2(11): 2, Dec. 17, '72.

ANDEAN GROUP. See Andes Region -
Economic Union.

ANDERSON, MARIAN
Marian Anderson: greatest singer
in the world. M111: 8-9, July 28,
'72.

ANDES REGION
Economic Union
The Andean Group; pattern for
Carifta. M 67: 2, 10, Aug. 20,
'71.

ANDRADE, 30AQUIN
The new Cuban church. T 23: 7,
Dpc. 26, '71.

ANGLICAN CHURCH. See Church of
England in Trinidad and Tobago.

ANGLICAN CHURCH AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS.
See Church and social problems -
Church of England.

ANGUILLAN CRISIS
Anguilla; the anatomy of de-
colonization. /Extracts of report
on Commonwealth Conference on
Anguilla, Barbados, 1967/. NWQ
4(1): 19-24, '67.
Anguilla. Forgotten struggle? The
visit of Mr. Ronald Webster,
President of Anguilla to U.I.
territories forces us to examine
popular apathy in the crisis. M
14: 4, Apr. 9, '69.
Anguilla; teach-in proceedings
sponsored by New World,Kingston.
Aug. 31, '67. NWQ 4(1): 25-44,
'67.
The Anguillan crisis; our opinion.
M 65: 3, July, 23, 171.
The Anguillan crisis. Who are the
gangsters? M 11: 1, 4, Mar. 28,
'69.
Call that George! /Student
demonstration/ M 11: 4, Mar. 28, '69.
A great betrayal. A. Ramrekersingh.
M 11: 1, Mar. 28, '69.
The limits of Caribbean diplomacy;
the invasion of Anguilla. B. Ince.
NWQ 5(3): 48-57, '70.











ANGUILLAN CRISIS (Continued)
Monkey see,Monkey do. LEditoriail/.
M 11: 2-3, Mar. 28, '69.
On from Anguilla. M 12: 2, Apr. 11,
'69.
Revelation; British soldiers at
Teteron. M 50: 1, Dec. 11, '70.
To get back in the game. T 18: 4,
July, 25, '71.
Wooding report on Anguilla. M 46: 5,
Nov. 20, '70.

ANTHOLOGIES
See also
West Indian poetry Collections

ANTHONY, MICHAEL
Growing up with writing; a particular
experience. S 2: 61-6, Sept. '70.
about
Discovering literature in Trinidad:
the nineteen thirties. C.L.R. James.
S 2: 54-60, Sept. '70.

ANTIGUA
See also subhead Antigua under the
following subject:
Tourist trade.
Government and Politics
Harrassment and repression in Antigua;
report from the Antigua Afro-
Caribbean Movement. T 2(4): 9, Oct.
22, '72.
A new political dawn. M. Roberts. T
13 (Regional Supplement no. 1): 3,
Jan. 31, '71.

ANTIGUA AFRO-CARIBBEAN MOVEMENT
Harrassment and repression in Antigua;
report from the Antigua Afro-
Caribbean Movement. T 2(4): 9, Oct.
22, '72.

APANDAYE
Library service. T 12: 2, Dec. 20, '70.

APTHEKER, HERBERT
Plantation legacy: Lreview of/ Slave
society in the British Leeward Islands
at the end of the eighteenth century
/by/ E. Goveia. NWQ 3(3): 82-3, '67.

ARAB COUNTRIES
Foreign Relations
Israel
See also
Jewish Arab relations.

ARCHIVES
Trinidad and Tobago


Williams the theorist. P. Nunez.
M 40: 4, 9, Oct. 2, '70.

ARMED FORCES
See also Subdivision Armed
Forces under the names of countries
e.g. Africa Armed Forces.

ARMY AND POLITICS
The army and politics. M 2: 1, Nov.
35, '68.
The soldiers won their right to be
free, it was not given to them. M
112: 11, Aug. 4, '72.


ARNETT, VERNON
Jamaica, dictatorship or
M 4: 2, Dec. 13, '68.


democracy?


ARTHUR, KEVIN
If when they brought the good news
/poem/. NWQ 3(1/2): 50, '67.

ARTIST AND POLITICS
A question of self contempt. M.
Carter. NWQ 2(3): 10-12, '66.

ARTISTS, GUYANESE
See also
Burrowes, E.R.

ARTISTS, WEST INDIAN
The artist in the Caribbean. A.
Williams. S 2: 16-18, Sept. '70.
The arts. M 21: 4, Jan. 30, '70.
Famed singer treated coldly; The
people's page. M 104: 8, June 9, '72.
Foreword. E. Brathwaite. S 3/4: 5-9,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
The social framework. E. Goveia. S
2: 7-15, Sept. '70.
Timehri. E. Brathwaite. S 2: 35-44,
Sept. '70.

ARUSHA DECLARATION
Nyerere and Ujamaa. A. Mohiddin.
NWQ 4(3): 23-40, '67.

ASSEMBLY OF FREE CITIZENS (Trinidad
and Tobago)
The real story. Tapia House Group
says everybody tried to hold back...
M 75: 5, Nov. 20, '71.
Why we hid! M 75: 4-5, Nov. 20, '71.

ASSOCIATED STATEHOOD
The Anguillan crisis. Who are the
gangsters? M 11: 1, 4, Mar. 28,
169.
Associated statehood. fEditorial/.
M 18: 2-3, July 4, '67.









ATHLETICS,'

Trinidad and Tobago
Oh Compton, shut your mouth. M 122: 11,
Oct. 20, '72.

AUDIOVISUAL AIDS IN LANGUAGE TEACHING.
See Language Study and teaching.

AUGIER, ROY
Before andvafter 1865. NWQ 2(2): 21-
39, '66.
/Review of/ ~Party politics in the
West Indies Zby/ C.L.R. James NWQ 2(l):
84-90, '65.

AUGUSTUS, EARL
Dr. Anancy and the blue flies. T 11: B,
Nov. 29, '70.
U.W.I; Heritage or hangover? T 22: 2,
11, Nov. 1, '71.
Violence and awareness in the new world.
T 5: 4-6,, Feb. 1, '70.

AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES
Subtle genocide and Jim Crow down under.
T 2(1): 15, Sept. 3, '72.

AYANNA_
/Poem/. M 130: 4, Dec. 15 '72.

AYER, LAWRENCE
Legal service. T 12: 18-19, Dec. 20,
'70.







BWIA. See% British West Indian Airways.

BACCHUS, KASSIM
Education and decolonization. NWQ 5(1/2):
63-73, '69.
Manpower implications of Guyana's (1966-
72) development programme. NWQ 2(4):
39-48 '66.


BAHAMAS


Government and politics


Common subjection to imperialism. F. W.
Wilson. T 13(Regional supplement no.1):
4, Jan. 31, '71.

BAILEY, GEORGE
Mas' in yuh morse. S. Lowhar. T 9: 4,
12, Sept. 28, '70.

BALFOUR,'ERROL
See also
Union or Revolutionary Organisations
(Trinidad and Tobago) Press
conferences.


8AMBOO GROUP (Diego Martin,
Trinidad)
Bamboo Group vs the rest.
M 69: 4, Sept. 29, '71.


BANANA INDUSTRY
Jamaica
Issues in the Windward -
Jamaica banana wat. G.
Beckford. NWQ 2(1): 3-11. '65.
Origins, development and future
of the Jamaican banana industry;
a century of revolutionary
struggle of the peasantry. G.
Beckford. NWQ 5(3): 9-14, '70.

Windward Islands
Issues in the Windward -
Jamaica banana war. G. Beck-
ford. NWQ 2(1): 3-11, '65.

BANGLADESH
Bangladesh. J. Millette. M 80:
3, Dec. 23, '71.

BANKING
Whither New World? L. Best.
NWQ 4(1): 1-6, '67.
See also,
Caribbean Development Bank.

Trinidad and Tobago
Banks in 'go local' smartness.
Who they trying to fool. M 89:
4, Feb. 26, '72.
Economic reorganization;
Proposals before the February
Revolution. T 20: 9-10, 15-
18, Aug. 29, '71.
Join.the Club: Tapia Sou-Sou
investment. T 14: 4, Jan. 31,
'71.
Local banking: a blasted fraud.
Who they think they fooling?
M 96: 6-7, Apr. 14, '72..
Localization; a big joke;
Canadiaos still in control.
S M103: 6-7, 12, June 2, '72.
Report on Laventille. T 1:5,
Sept. 28, '69.
Rope in dem new Trinidad banks.
R. Robinson. M 98: 9, Apr. 28,
'72.
See also
Barclay's Bank of Trinidad and
Tobago Limited.
National Commercial Bank.
Workers Bank.








BANKING, COOPERATIVE. See Cooperative
movement Banking


BANNEKER, BENJAMIN
Great Astronomer, Inventor (No. 3
in Great Negroes Series). M
109: 13, July 14, '72



BAPTISTE, FITZ
Explorations in the history of our
peoples. Pt. 1, The white man's
burden in Africa. T 10: 6, Nov. 1,
'70; Pt. 2, The children of Ham.
11: 6, Nov. 29. '70
Reconstructing the African past:
archaeology and dating. T 15: 6,
May 9, '71.




BAPTISTE, RUTHVEN
Blood soccer. Pt. 1, T 12: 15, Dec.
20, '70; Pt. 2, 23: 15, Dec. 26,
'71.
The dilemma of W.I. cricket a
cursory glance. T 26: 8-9, May
7, '72.
Maple's surprise FA victory. T
2(12): 16, Dec. 24, '72.
Mervina mix-up. T 2(9): 10, Dec.
3, '72.
North-South and a slow coach in
the slush. T 29: 6, Aug. 13, '72.
The President's Box. Cricket;
Queen's Park Crown Colony. T 21:
8, Oct. 3, '71.
Sobers: cricketer for all seasons.
T 23; 5, Dec. 26, '71.
Tunapuna 'cha cha cha' victory.
T 2(10): 12, Dec. 10, '72.
- and SMITH, KEITH
How Tunapuna went ahead of Trinidad.
T 2(7): 9, Nov. 19, '72.


BARBADIANS
See also
Barbadians in foreign countries
On Barbadians and minding other
people's business. R. Moore. NWQ
3(1/2): 69-75, t67.
The struggle for freedom; a story
of contemporary Barbados. G. Lewis.
NWQ 3(1/2): 14-29, '67.
To da-duh; in memorial. P. Marshall.
NUQ 3(1/2): 97-101, '67.
What the Barbadian means to me.
J. Hearne. NWQ 3(1/2): 6-9, '67.



BARBADIANS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
See also
Barbadoes, James, G.
Barclays, Arthur
Chavis, James
Gorringe, Henry Honeychurch
Hall, Prince
Thorne, Albert


BARBADOS
See also
Barbadians
Barbadians in foreign countries
Public Order Act
also subhead Barbados under
the following subjects:
Agriculture
Cricket
Education, Secondary
Social classes and colour
Trade unions

Constitutional History

The struggle for freedom; a story
of contemporary Barbados. G.
Lewis. NUQ 3(1/2): 14-29, '67.

Government and Politics


See also
Adams, Sir Grantley
BARBADIAN FICTION


Criticism

See also
Lamming, George


BARBADIAN POETRY
See also
St. John, Bruce
Reid, Stanley

Criticism

See also
Brathwaite, Edward


BARCLAY, ARTHUR
On Barbadians and minding other
people's business. R. Moore. NWQ
3(1/2): 69-75, '67.



BARCLAYS BANK OF TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO LIMITED
You know (ho paid for that $2m
Barclays computer. L. Grant.
T 29: 3, Aug. 13, '72.








BARKER, JOHN, See Grey, Cecil
jto auth.

BARNETT, LINDSAY
Towards a revolution in the Arts.
M. Maxwell. S 2: 19-32, Sept. '70.

BARROW, ERROL
The struggle for freedom; a story
of contemporary Barbados. G. Lewis.
NWQ 3(1/2): 14-29, 267.

BAUER, P. T.
Debate on foreign aid: the case
against. Pt. 1, M 55: 2, 11, Jan.
29, '71; Pt. 2, 56: 3, 9, Feb. 26,
'71. /Reprinted from Ceres, the
FAD review_/.

BAUGH, EDWARD
Frank Collymore and the miracle of
Bim. NWQ 3(1/2): 129-33, '67.

BAUXITE INDUSTRY
The Caribbean Free Trade Association;
the Wpst Indies at the cross roads.
J. Millette. NWQ 4(4): 32-47, '68.

Guyana

Masses in action. W. Rodney. NWQ
2(3): 30-7, '66.
Working notes towards the unification
of Guyana. Pts. 1-8, NUQ L 1 /: 1-
81, Mar. '63.

Jamaica

Some aspects of the post-war economic
development of Jamaica. 0. Jefferson.
NWQ 3(3): 1-11, '67.

Government Ownership

Bauxite; Guinea will own her own.
M 4: 1, Dec. 13, '68.
Bauxite; the politics of ation-
alization. M 64: 4, July 16, '71.
Bauxite; why we need to nationalize
and how to do it. N. Girvan, NUP
No. 6, Mar. '71, 24p.
The denationalization of Caribbean
bauxite; Alcoa in Guyana. N. Girvan.
NWQ 5(3): 35-48, '70.
The Guyana Alcoa conflict and the
nationalization of Demba. NWQ 5(4):
38-49, '72.
Guyana: the corruprative Republic.
M. Fitzpatrick. T 20: 21, Aug. 29,
'71.
Nationalization at a price. M 65: 2,
July 23, '71.


The sociology of decolonization;
the cass of Guyana bauxite. NWQ
5(4): 50-62, '72.-
The three kinds of nationalization:
capitalist, reformist and
socialist-capitalist nation-
alization. NWQ 5(4): 64-8, '72.

BEAUREGARD, MICHAEL
Cocktail party circus. T 22: 4,
Nov. 7, '71.
Our French West Indian brothers.
T 13 (Regional Supplement No. 1):
1, Jan, 31, '71.
Terror and spice; papadocracy in
true-blue. T 10: 3, Nov. 1, '70.

BEAUTY CONTESTS

Trinidad and Tobago

The unsinkable Azad Ali does it
again. Ebony show went on but
how. M 87s 6, Feb. 12, '72.
Untold beauty fiasco. M 88: 8,
Feb. 18, '72.
See also
Government investigations -
Trinidad and Tobago.

BECKFORD, GEORGE
British Honduras and regional
economic integration. NWQ 3(4):
51-3, '67.
A Caribbean view of Cuba. NWQ
2(2): 43-53, '66.
Issues in the Windward Jamaica
banana war. NWQ 2(l): 3-11, '65.
/Letter to the Editor/. T 6: 5,
Mar. 8, '70,
No, doctor, no! /Letter to the
Editor/. T 8B 7, Aug. 9, '70.
Origins, development and future
of the Jamaican banana industry;
a century of revolutionary
struggle of the peasantry. NWQ
5(3): 9-14, '70.
Plantation society: toward a
general theory of Caribbean
society. S 5-: 7-22, June, '71.
about
/Letter to the Editor/. M.
Alleyne. T 8: 7, Aug. 9, '70.
The withdrawal of Dr, Beckford's
passport in NUP LNo. 1/: 1-10,
'66.


BEDWARD, ALEXANDER
Revival and black struggle. S 5:
27-39, June '71o

BELIZE
See also
Politics and Culture.








BELIZE (Continued)
British Honduras; decolonization or
recolonization. P. Cacho NWQ 3(3):
33-44, '67.
Economic Relations
West Indies
British Honduras and regional
economic integration. G. Beckford.
NWQ 3(4): 51-3, '67.

BENNETT, LOUISE
Caribbean poetry in English some
problems. L. James. 5 2: 78-86,
Sept. 70.
The folk in Caribbean literature
LPt. 27/ G. Rohlehr. T 2(12): 8-9,
15, Dec. 24, '72.

BERBICE SLAVE INSURRECTIONS
A birth of freedom. S. King. NWQ
2 (3): 22-7, '66.

BERMUDA
/etter to the Editor7. D.C. Selley.
M 72: 2, Oct. 22, '71.

BERNAL, R.
The significance of Garvey. /review
of Black Moses/. by D. Cronon. NWQ
5(4): 69-72, ?72.

BERNARD, EUSTACE
The useless Eustace story. A. Johnson.
M 120: 3, Oct. 6, 172.

BERRY, JAMES _
The agony /poem/o S 3/4: 25, Dec. 70/
Mar, 71
Bushman Cousin. /poem/o S 3/4: 25,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.



BEST, LLOYD
Beyond the 1970 revolution. (Interview
at Bdos Nov. 22, 1970).T 12: 12-13,
Dec. 20, 70.
Chaguaramas to Slavery. NWQ 2(1): 43-
70. t65.
CLR the largest single influence on
my thoughtsays Best. T 24: 12,
Feb. 27, '72.
The coming election. T 1: 1, 3, Sept.
28, '69.
The coming election. T 13, (Election
Special no. 1): 5, Jan, 31, '71.
Dem say: Tapia is communicating now.
T 20: 7, Aug. 29, '71.
Doing your own thing is positive and
constructive. T 2(4): 5, Oct. 22, 972.
Extract from a letter to CLR James in
May '64. T 10: 4-5, Nov. 1, 70.
February revolution: origins. T 12:
9-13, Dec. 20, '70.


Four unbroken years of Tapia.
T 2(6): 1, Nov. 12, ,72.
From Slavery to Slavery; Africa in
the Caribbean; Jeff Henry and his
West Indian troupe, /review
article/. NWQ 4(2): 29-31, i68.
Government and politics in the
West Indies: Trinidad and Tobago.
TP no. 4, June 13, '71, 7p.
Highway robbery; woes of a sugar
worker. T 2(10): 4, Dec. 10, '72.
Independent thought and Caribbean
freedom. NWQ 3(4): 13-34, 67.
Labour unrest; a biographical
sketch of the Caribbean Labour
Market. T 24: 7-10, Feb. 27, '72.
National insecurity. Pt. 1, T 5:
3, Feb. 1, 1 70; Pt. 2, 6: 3,
Mar. 8, '70; Pt. 3, 7: 3, Mar.'
19, w70,
The next round (Guest Editorvs
Statement). NWQ 4(2): 1-7, q68.
Now who remembers Agriculture
Year? (address to Harland Society,
UWI), T 2(10): 6-7, 11, Dec. 10,
t72,
The people must talk. Tapia replies.
ZLetter to the Chairman,
Constitution Commission/. T 18:
1, 7, July 25, '71.
Queen's Collegiate School. T 26:
4, 13, May 7, '72.
Size and Survival. NWQ 2(3): 58-
63, '66.
Mr. Smith's ship sink. National
reconstruction or personal re-
ssurection? T 8: 4-5, Aug. 9,
'70,
Sou-Sou banking. T 9: 10, Sept.
28, 170.
Tapia and the political pundits.
T 9: 5,8, Sept, 28, 70.
The Tapia revolution. T 22: 6, 8,
Nov. 7, 971.
The task of round 4. T 17: 7,
June, 27, '71.
To get back in the game.
/Anguillan crisis/. T 18: 4,
July 25, '71.
University boiling pot. T 2: 1,
2, 8, Oct. 19, '69.
What the cost of living is. T 24:
13, Feb. 27, 972.
Whither New World? NWQ 4(1): 1-6,
?67,
Whose republic? T 3: 1, 2, 8,
Nov. 16 '69.
about
Best calls for Constituent Assembly
at UWI. T 2(4): 5, Oct. 22, '72.
The East Indian relies on himself.
/report of third Seminar on
Contemporary Issues Mar. 18,
'72/. T 25: 16, Apr. 2, '72.








BEST, LLOYD (Continued)
/Letter to the Editor/. J. Kirk.
T 3: 4, Nov. 16, '69.
Lloyd Best fraternisesuwith enemy.
M 110: 3, July 21, '72.
The Nation in Danger. TSfNC No. 1,
Nov. 14, '71, p.1.
Pangu reports on Best in New
Guinea. T 2(5): 8, Nov. 5, '72.
The real story; Tapia House Group
says everybody tried to hold back
... M 75: 5, Nov. 20, 271.
Restructuring the Trinidad economy.
S. Ryan. NWQ 4(4): 7-23, '68.
Tapia on the road: Independence
Square. T 16: 2, May 23, 271.
Tapia round the country. Guaya-
guayare, Mayaro. LEditoriail/. T
2(11): 2, Dec. 17, '72.
Tapia secretary reinstated. T 2(4):
1, 12, Oct. 22, 172.
Why we hid! M 75: 4-5, Nov. 20, '71.
See also
Tapia House Group


BHARATH, JOHN
Empty headed Bharath; Indian leader.
K. Singh, M 56: 2, Feb. 26, '71.

BIAFRAN WAR
Biafra; a Greek tragedy. K. Lindsay.
M 3: 3-4, Nov. 29, '68.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. See subhead Bibliography
under the following subjects:
Haiti.
Language Study and teaching.

BIN (periodical)
Frank Collymore and the miracle of
Bim. E. Baugh. NWQ 3(1/2): 129-
33, '67.

BIRTH CONTROL

Trinidad and Tobago

Birth control in Trinidad and Tobago.
M 70: 10, Oct. 1, '71.
Birth control; a red herring. M 69:
12, Sept. 24, '71. Reply. 71: 2,
Oct. 8, 271.

BISNATH, HARRY
Commentary. M 22: 9, Feb. 13, '70;
23-10, Fpb. 27, '70; 24: 7, Mar.
20, '70.
The Ombudsman. M 45: 4, Nov. 6, '70.

BLACK AMERICANS
Blacks in UoS.oA What gains in the
sixties. T 2(1): 6, Sept. 3, '72.
Great Astronomer, Inventor (No. 3
in Great Negroes Series). M 109:
13, July 14, '72.


Negro inventor of shoe-lasting
machine (No. 4 in Great Negro
Series), M 110: 2, 15, July 21,
'72.
Negro surgeon who was first to
operate on human heart. M 108:
8, 9, July 7, '72.
See also
Carver, George Washington

BLACK CANADIANS
Massa day never done. Y. Lord. M
10: 1, Mar. 14, '69.
Political Activities
Rosemary Brown gets seat in B.C.
/British Columbia/; it's a first;
black woman elected, M 131: 15,
.Dec. 22, '72.

BLACK PANTHER PARTY
U.S. Panthers set prairie afire.
T 26: 6, May 7, 172.

BLACK POWER
See also
Black West Indians Race Identity.
Black power and the West Indies.
N. White. M 12: 4, Apr. 11, '69.
The black revolution in the Carib-
bean. J. Millette. Trinidad, ME
1971. 10p. Also published in the
following issues of Moko:


Pt. 1, 108: 7,
Pt. 2, 109: 7,
Pt. 3, 110: 7,
Pt. 4, 113: 7,
Pt. 5, 114: 6,
Bogle's reminder;
statement by Dr.
M 2: 2, Nov. 15,


July 7, 172;
July 14, '72;
July 21, 272;
Aug. 11, 272;
Aug. 25, '72.
a personal
Walter Rodney.
'68.


End of a decade, end of an era.
Pt. 4, J. Millette. M 22t 6-7,
Feb. 13, '70.
The ministry of fear. ZEditorial7.
M 18: 2-3, July 4, 69._
Moko after six months. /EditoriaL/.
M 12: 3, Apr. 11, '69.
Naipaul's article on black power
criticized, R. Lord. M 43: 3,
Oct. 23, '70.
National insecurity, Pt. 1, L.
Best. T 5: 3, Feb. 1, '70.
Of humming birds and brass face.
A, Espinet. T 2: 5, 8, Oct. 19,
'69.
Power black and young in
Caribbean society. 3. D. Elder,
M 7: 2, Jan. 31, '69.
Stokely on black power. /Excerpts
of address to OLAS Conference in
Cuba, 19627 M 13. 1-2, Apr. 25,
269.








BLACK POWER (Continued)
The tyranny of concepts. J. La Guerre.
M 73: 20-2, Oct. 29, 971.
We, the people. Omowale. M 128: 11, Dec.
1, '72.
Book Reviews
Black power and the music of resistance
/review of 'The Black Man in the
Caribbean by B. Riviera/o T 26: 3, 7,
May 7, '72.
Garvey and Black Power. /Review of/
Black Power and the Garvey Movement
L/b/ J. G. Vincent. R. Hart. M 73: 9-
11, Oct. 29, 71.
Great Britain
The case for the Mangrove 9. T 22: 7,
Nov. 7, '71.
W. Indians on trial in London. M 123:
5, Oct. 27, '72.
Guyana
From Georgetown to Lusaka. Burnham's
black power hoax. Ro Hoolasie. M 50:
4,9, Dec. 11, '70.
Jamaica
Black power and the coloured Jamaican.
T. Munroe. M 42: 6-7, Oct. 16, '70.
Exit Norman. J. Millette. M 3: 1,4,
Nov. 29, '68.
Jamaica dictatorship or democracy? V.
Arnett. M 4: 2, Dec. 13, '68.
St. Kitts
/Letter to the Editor7. G. Rawlins.
T 10: 6, Nov. 1, '70.
The St. Kitts twist. M 16: 4, June 6,
'69.

Trinidad and Tobago
Between the Thursdays. H. Toney. M 25:
2, 7, Apr. 10, '70.
Black anger. F. Lee, M 25: 1, 5, Apr. 10,
170.
Black power in human song; in the interest
of freedom and justice. S. Lowhar.
TP no. 2, 1970. 4p.
Black power, PNM style, People's style.
/in pictures/. M 24: 6, Mar. 20, '70.
Change, a review and a projection. L.
Roach. M 6: 1, 4, Jan. 17,'69.
Commentary. H. Bisnath. M 24: 7, Mar.
20, '70.
Indian iceberg; blowing hot and cold.
J. La Guerre. T 19: 6-7_ Aug. 151 '71.
New left on the right.=/Editorial/. T
6: 2, Mar. 8, '70.
The new stage. J. Millette. M 13: 2,
Apr. 25, 169.
New targets for our nation. /Speech
delivered at Woodford Square. Apr. 12,
'70/ J, Millette. M 27: 5-9, May 15,
'70.


People are fearful through
necessity not will. /Interview
with/ John Commissiong... M
38: 6-7, 11, Sept. 18, '70.
The people's cause; URO Press
Conference.Pt. 2, May 25. M 64:
27, July 16, '71.
The PNM: Shifting sands. A.
Ramrekersingh. T 1: 1, 8, Sept.
28, '69.
The problems... T 1: 4, Sept.
28, '69.
Trinidad revisited. D. James.
M 9: 3-4, Feb. 28 '69.
W~o is my brother? L. Grant. T
21: 6-7, Oct. 3, '71.
Winning the war. J. Millette.
M 29: 1-2, 11-12, July 17, '70.
Workers say no. M 11:2, Mar. 28,
'69.
See also
National Joint Action Committee.
Trinidad and Tobago Demons-
trations.
Trinidad and Tobago February
revolution, '70.
United States
Black power and the West Indies.
N. White. M 12: 4, Apr. 11, '69.


See also
Black Panther Party.

BLACK WEST INDIANS
Race identity
Afro-Carib consciousness. D.
Murray. T 1: 5, Sept. 28, '69.
Black Christmas. M 131: 2, Dec.
22, '172.
Black woman. A. King. S 3/4:
31-2, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Brother Duff's block on Lower
Mucurapo. T 2(10): 8, Dec. 10,
'72.
Dear Diana, your slip is showing.
T 2(8): 11, Nov. 26, '72.
Forward. 1 3/4: 5-9, Dec. 70/
Mar. '71.
Timehri. E. Brathwaite. S 1(2):
35-44, Sept. '70.
Violence and awareness in the
new world. E. Augustus. T 5:
4-6, Feb. 1, '70.
Yankee, go home! Antigua:
tourism and the black society.
M 106:-6, June 23, '72.
See also
Black power
Rodney, Walter.
Sir George Williams University-
Computer Centre Student Riots.
West Indies. University- Students.







BLACK WEST INDIANS (Continued)
Relation to Africa
The history of peoples. P. Springer.
T 19: 4-5, Aug. 15, '71.
Our African heritage: six things
blacks must do. M 130: 4, Dec. 15,
'72.

See also
African Culture in Trinidad and Tobago.
African Society for Cultural Relations
with Independent Africa (Guyana).
Blyden, Edward.
Garvey, Marcus.
Rastafari Movement.
BLACK RECONSTRUCTION TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO. See Trinidad and Tobago -
National Reconstruction.
BLACKPOOL GROUP (Trinidad and Tobago)
Blackpool; boys on the lull become
men of the new movement. J. Pierre.
T2(ll): 3, 18, Dec. 17, '72.
Police raid Blackpool; harassment
of community work in Tunapuna.
L. Grant. T 24: 5, Feb. 27, '72.
BLACKWOOD, CARL
Blackwood speaks. M 46:2, Nov. 20, '70.
BLIZZARD, STEPHEN
Lawsuit brigade at it again. M 120: 6,
Oct. 6, '72.
BLYDEN, EDWARD WILMOT
Edward Wilmot Blyden: Pan-Negro
patriot from the Caribbean. H. Lynch.
NWQ 4(1): 7-17, '67.
Pioneers in American freedom. J.
Clarke. NWQ 2(3): 71-3, '66.
Reflections on the black diaspora.
/review of Edward Wilmot Blyden; _
Pan-Negro patriot by Hollis Lynch/.
St. C. Drake. NWQ 4(4):73-8, '68.
BOBB, LEWIS
The East Indian relies on himself.
ZReport of 3rd Seminar on Contempor-
ary Issues, March 18, 1972/. T 25:
16, Apr. 2, '72.
BODIE, KELSHALL
'I think the Express is damn
impertinent'. M 108: 6, July 7, '72.
Kelshall Bodie speaks for our youth.
M 107: 2, June '72.
Youths must protest behaviour by
elders. M 109: 11, July 14, '72.
BOGLE, PAUL
Bogle's reminder; a personal statement
by Dr. Walter Rodney. W. Rodney.
M 2: 2, Nov. 15, '68.
THE BOMB (newspaper)
Press freedom in jeopardy. M 34:
2, 4, Aug. 21, '70.


'See also.
Chokolingo, Patrick.
BONGO JERRY
Black Mother /poem/. S 3/4: 16-17
Dec. '70/Mar;. '711
Mabrak. /poem/. S 3/4: 13-16,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Sooner or later. /poem_/. S 3/4:
12, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
The Youth. Zpoem/. S 3/4: 13,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
about
A long road to travel. D. Pantin.
T 21: 5, Oct. 3, '71.
West Indian Poetry; some problems
of Assessment. G. Rohlehr. T 20:
11-14,Aug. 22, '71.

BONPANE, BLASE
Military advisors in Guatemala.
NWQ 4(2): 11-15, '68.

BOORSTEIN, EDWARD
Cuban model. /Review of/ The
economic transformation of Cuba.
J. Mandle. NWQ 4(3): 77-80, '68.

BOWEN, ERROL
Rastafarism and the new society.
S 5: 41-50, June '71.

BOWRIN, GEORGE
IRA is no different from ISA;
new labour law takes power from
court to give to minister. M 80:
6-8, Dec. 23, '71.
A revolution from the right ?
M 74: 4-5, 8, Nov. 13, '71.

BRADSHAW, ROBERT
A great betrayal. A. Ramrekersingh.
M 11: 1, Mar. 28, '69.

BRATHWAITE, EDWARD
Caribbean critics. /A review of/
The Islands in Between: essays
on West Indian literature edited
with an introduction by Louis
James. NWQ 5(1/2): 5-12, '69.
Creative literature of the
British West Indies during the
period of slavery. S l(1): 46-
73, '70.
The Dust (For George Lamming)
/poem/. NWQ 3(1/2): 134-8, '67.
Forward. S 3/4: 5-9, Dec. '70/
Mar. '71.
Gold; for Wilson Harris. /poem/.
NWQ 2(3): 1, '66.
Kyk-over-al and the radicals.
NWQ 2(3): 55-7, '66.
Timehri. S 1(2): 35-44, Sept. '70.








BRAITHWAITE, EDWARD (Continued)
about
Caribbean poetry in English; some problems.
L. James. S 1(2): 78-86, Sept. '70.
Creole authenticity; a review of Edward
Brathwaite's The development of Creole
Society in Jamaica 1770-1820. S 5: 115-
120, June '71.
Niggers everywhere. /Review of Rights of
passage/._M. Morris. NWQ 3(4):61-5, '67.
LReview of/ Rights of passage and Masks.
G. Rohlehr. M 14: 2, Apr. 9, '69.
This broken ground. Edward Brathwaite's
trilogy of poems. /review article .
M. Morris. NWQ 5(3): 14-26, '70.
Towards a revolution in the Arts. M.
Maxwell. S 1(2): 19-32, Sept. '70.
UWI- Heritage or Hangover? E. Augustus.
T 22: 2,11, Nov. 7, '71.

BRAZIL
Brazil: U.S. partner in S.A. Strife. M
114: 5, Aug. 25, '72.
Foreign Relations
See also
Trinidad and Tobago Foreign Relations
Brazil

BREWSTER, HAVELOCK
The social economy of sugar. NWQ 5(1/2):
34-7, '69; Reply. R. Kirkwood. 5(1/2):
37-40, '69.
The sugar industry: our life or death.
NWP No. 4, Dec. '67. 13p.
Sugar-mechanizing our life or death.
NWQ 5(1/2): 55-7, '69.


BRITISH GUIANA. See Guyana

BRITISH GUIANA LABOUR UNION
Masses in action. W. Rodney.
30-7, '66.


NWQ 2(3):


BRITISH HONDURAS. See Belize

BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
Air who? S. De Castro. Pt.1, M 9: 2,
Feb. 28, '69; Pt. 2, 10: 2, 4, Mar.
14, '69.
BWIA. M 5:3, Dec. 27, '68.
BWIA and all that in NWOB No. 3,
Jan. '68. pp. 19-20.
BUWIA... BOAC routes war. M 126: 3, Nov.
17, '72.
The Caribbean Free Trade Association:
the West Indies at the cross roads. J.
Millette. NWQ 4(4): 32-47, '68.
Carifta after one year. LEditoriale.
M 15: 2, May. 23, '69.
The lion and the jackass. M 127: 5,
Nov. 24, '72.
Moko wants to know. M 8: 4, Feb. 14, '69.
Shocker: BUIA sold for $50m. PNM hiding
shady deals. M 96: 1, 12, Apr. 14, '72.
Speaking painfully. NW OB No.2, '67.
12p.


Staff at BWIA worried. M 99: 9,
May 5, '72.

BROWN, G. ARTHUR
Sugar without emotion. NWQ 5(1/2):
40-1, '69.
BROWN, ROSEMARY
Rosemary Brown gets seat in B.C;
it's a first; black woman
elected. M 131: 15, Dec. 22, '72.

BROWN, WAYNE
Drought. /poem/. S 3/4: 98-9,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Epitaph (for Norman Manley).
/poem/. S 3/4: 99, Dec. '70/
Mar. '71.
Pan session: Laventille. /poem/
S 3/4: 96-7_ Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Red hills. /poem/. S 3/4: 97,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
The visit. oem7. S 3/4: 98,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.

BRYAN, PATRICK
/Review of_/ Spanish policy in
-Colonial Chile;. the struggle
for social justice, 1535-1700
Lby/ E. H. Korth. NWQ 5(3):
58-60, '70.


BUCCOO REEF, Tobago
Beautiful Buccoo Reef
death. M 97: 9, Apr.


close to
21, '72.


BUDGET
Trinidad and Tobago.
The budget a year ago. /Letter
to the Editor/. I. Laughlin.
M 5: 4, Dec. 27, '68.
Budget comment. F. Francis. T
12: 19, Dec. 20, '70.
The budget was yak, yak, yak.
P. Nunez. M 83: 9, 11, Jan. 15,
'72.
Confidence trick: how Williams
ulled off the budget debate.
C. Frank. T 4: 1, 7, Dec. 21,
'69.
Highlights from the budget. M
51: 16, Dec. 25, '70.
I go to the house to take in the
budget. A. Tang-Chow, M 83: 6-
7, Jan. 15, '72.
Moko Jumbie looks at budget
price. M 85: 2, Jan. 22, '72.
More highlights from the budget.
M 52: 3, Jan. 8, '71.
The '69 budget in review. F.
Francis. M 5: 2, 4, Dec. 27,
'68.







BURNHAM, FORBES
As I see it... candid comments on
people and events. J.B. Franco.
M 43: 3, Oct. 23, '70.
End of a decade, end of an era, Pt. 6,
J. Millette. M 24: 4, Mar. 20, '70.
From Georgetown to Lusaka.
Burnham's black power hoax. R. Hoolasie.
M 50: 4, 9, Dec. 1, '70.
Twenty years of politics in our land. D.
Decaires and M. Fitzpatrick. NUQ 2(3):
39-45, '66.

BURROWES, E.R.
Artist and teacher. D. Locke. NWQ 2(3):
16-17, '66.

BUSH NEGROES (Surinam). See Surinam -
Bush Negro Movement.


BUSINESS
Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Businessmen.
Corporations.
Insurance.
Small business.


Foreign operations
The chicken and chips scandal. (Yanks
monopolize market). M 125: 6-7, Nov.
10, '72.

BUSINESS CONDITIONS
See also
Inflation (finance).

BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, SALE OF
See also
Huggins and Company, (Trinidad and
Tobago).

BUSINESSMEN
See also
Kirpalani, M.J.

BUSTAMANTE, Sir ALEXANDER
Federation and after. Jo Mordecai. NUWQ
3(1/2): 87-96, '67.
Jamaica, dictatorship or democracy? V.
Arnett. M 4: 2, Dec. 13, '68.
Nationalism and democracy in Jamaica.
T. Munroe. NUQ 4(4): 24-9, '68.

BUTLER, URIAH
Blowing hot and cold. T 4:6, 8, Dec.
21, '69.
Brother rap. Why did they have to make
an ass of Butler on Labour Day? M 106:
14, June 23, '72.
The Butler era. M 17: 1-2, 4, June 20,
'69.
First Class honours for third class
service. (From a Radio Broad6ast). D.
Mahabir. M 38: 3, Sept. 18, '70.


Government and politics in the West
Indies: Trinidad and Tobago. L.
Best. TP No. 4, June 13, '71. 7p.
The origins of Afro-Indian unity
in Trinidad. Pt. 2. M. Chitmukulu.
M 25: 5, Apr. 10, '70.
Secret agents on the march. T 27:
2, May 18, '72.


CDC. See Carnival Development
Committee.

CIA. See United States-Central
Intelligence Agency.

CABINET OFFICERS
Trinidad and Tobago

See also
Campbell, Victor.
Mahabir, Errol.
Mohammed, Kamaluddin.
Padmore, Overand.

CACHO, PAT
British Honduras: decolonization or
recolonization? NWQ 3(3): 33-44,
'67.

CALLENDER, TIMOTHY
An honest thief. LShort story/.
NWQ 3(1/2): 116-9, '67.
Martin's Bay. /Extract from noveJl.
S 3/4: 125: 33, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.

CALLISTE, LEROY
"Detention". /poem/. M 110: 14,
July 21, '72.
For we are compatriots. /poem/.
M 111: 14, July 28, '72.
A Mama's Distress (in memory of
Barbara Jones). /poem/. M 109:
10, July 14, '72.
Our darkest hour. /poem/. M 111:
14, July 28, '72.
That night may speak. /poem/.
M 115: 10, Sept. 1, '72.
We dare you. Lpoe/m. M 111: 14,
July 28, '72.

CALYPSO AND CALYPSONIANS

See also

Francisco, Slinger.
Garcia, Phillip.
Liverpool, Hollis.
Original Young Brigade.
Pope, Kelvin.


Brother rap. M 108: 5, July 7,
'72.








CALYPSO AND CALYPSONIANS (Continued)
Carnival survey. M 23: 5, Feb. 27,
'70.
The folk in Caribbean literature.
/Pt. 2/. G. Rohlehr. T 2(12): 8-9,
15, Dec. 24, '72.
Kaiso '69. G. Rohlehr. M 8: 1,3, Feb.
14, '69.
Time for our national calypso. C.
George. M 130: 11, Dec. 15, '72.
'Victory' '70. M 20: 10, Jan. 16, '70.
What sort of foolish hit parade
survey is this? LLetter to 610's
Dave Elcock/ M 100: 5, May 12, '72.
History
Forty years of calypso. G. Rohlehr.
Pt. 1, In the beginning was the word.
in T 2(1), Sept. 3, '72, 4p; Pt. 2,
2(2): 4-6, Sept. 17, '72; 2(3): 6-7,
Oct. 8, '72.


CALYPSO AND MORALS
Calypso and morality.
6: 4, Jan. 17, '69.


G. Rohlehr. M


CALYPSO AND POLITICS
Calypso and politics. G. Rohlehr. MP
73: 7-8, 14-18, Oct. 29, '71.
Carnival survey. M 23: 5, Feb. 27, '70.



CAMACHO, ANDREW.
The Rodney affair: a social psychological
perspective. M 3: 3, Nov. 29, '68.
about
February revolution; origins. L. Best.
T 12: 9-13, Dec. 20, '70.
Tragedy of perception; a dissenting
view of the Camacho affair. A. Espinet.
T 4: 3, 6, Dec. 21, '69.
University boiling pot. L. Best. T 2:
1-3, 6, Oct. 19, '69.

CAMPBELL, VICTOR.
Open letter to Victor Campbell; you are
a jackass. M 83: 4, Jan. 15, '72.

CANADA
See also
Black Canadians.
Sir George Williams University -
Computer Centre Student Riots.
Economic relations

See also
Investments, American Canada.
Foreign Relations
West Indies
See West Indies Foreign Relations -
Canada.


Race question
Massa day never done. Y. Lord.
M 10: 1, Mar. 14, '69.

CANNON, JOHN
The non-tripping PM. M 117:
10, Sept. 15, '72.
The palace on the hill. M 118:
14, Sept. 22, '72.
The smuggled whisky racket
story. M 116: 11, Sept. 8,
'72.
Who will talk for the Indian
vendors? M 125: 10, Nov. 10,
'72.

CAPILDEO, RUDRINATH.
Blowing hot and cold. S.
Lowhar. T 4: 6, Dec. 21, '69.
DLP; politics of doom. A.
Ramrekersingh. Pt. 1, T 2: 5,
7, Oct. 19, '69; Pt. 2, 3: 7,
Nov. 16, '69.
The end of the old order. A.
Ramrekersingh. T 13: 6-7,
Jan. 31 '71.
Plenty parties, plenty balls.
A. Espinet. T 5: 1, Feb. 8,
'70.

CAPITALISM
Archbishop raps money-gods.
J. Millette. M 132: 3,
Dec. 29, '72.
The commercial class and the
creation of false values. V.
Pierce. M 54: 4, Jan. 29, '71.
The right to work. M 130: 14,
Dec. 15, '72.

CARBALLO, LINDSAY.
House rates war: will the
middle class retreat? M 97:
10, Apr. 21, '72.

CARD GAMES. See also All Fours.

CARENAGE, Trinidad
Carenage; a neglected district.
M 46: 5, Nov. 13, '70.

CARE, JAN.
Lovers. /poem/. NWQ 3(4): .34,
'67.
When I returned. /poem/ NWQ
4(3): 55, '68.
about
The rhythm of society and
landscape. (Mittelholzer,
Carew, Williams, Dathorne).
review article/. W. Cartey.
NWQ 2(3): 97-104, '66.








CARIBBEAN AREA
Economic Integration
Caribbean economic integration and
the West Indians. S.de Castro.
NWQ 5(3): 21-35, '70.
Corporate vs. Caribbean integration.
N.Girvan and O.Jefferson. NWQ
4(2): 45-56, '68.
End of a decade, end of an era. /PtJ/.
J.Millette. M 25: 4, Apr. 10, '70.
In the scale. J. Millette. M 28: 2,
July 3, '70.
The Last Supper? /Editorial/. T 2(4):
2, Oct. 22, '72.
Mas' in yuh mas'' M 7: 1, 4, Jan. 13,
'69.
Regional integration. D. De Caires.
NWQ i1: 1/: 82-6, Mar.'63.
Some aspects of the post war economic
development of Jamaica. O.Jefferson.
NWQ 3(3): 1-11, '67.
Some issues of trade policy in the
,West Indies. A.MacIntyre. NWQ 2(2):
1-20, '66.
See also
Belize Economic Relations West
Indies.
Caribbean Free Trade Association.
East Caribbean Federation.
West Indies Federation.
Heads of Governments
Conferences
Carifta; that unholy mess. M 122: 4,
Oct. 20, '72.
End of a decade, end of an era. M 24:
4, Mar. 20, '10; 25: 4_ Apr.10, '70.
Moko jumbie. LEditorial/. M 7: 2-3,
Jan. 31, '69.
The summit and the bank. F.A.Francis.
M 7: 4, Mar. 31, '69.
UNIP and the convention. M 122: 11,
Oct. 20, '72.

CARIBBEAN AREA DIVISION OF THE INTER-
AMERICAN REGIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATIONS
Regional organizations of Trade
Unions in the Caribbean. P. Summer-
field. NWQ 4(4): 3-6, '68.

CARIBBEAN ARTISTS MOVEMENT
Timehri. E. Brathwaite. S. 1(2): 35-44,
Sept. '70.

CARIBBEAN BAUXITE, MINE AND METAL
WORKERS FEDERATION
Labour. /Report of 4th Congress of the
Caribbean Bauxite Mine and Metal
Workers Federation/. M 56: 8, '71.


CARIBBEAN
Woodford
5, Dec.


COOPERATIVE ORGANIZATION (Tobago)
Square political rally. M 50:
11, '70.


CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
The summit and the bank. F.AoFran-
cis. M 7: 4, Jan. 31, '69.
Carifta after one year. /Editori-
al/. M 15: 2-3, May 23, '69.

CARIBBEAN FREE TRADE ASSOCIATION
The Andean group; pattern for
Carifta. M 67: 2, 10, Aug.
20, '71.
The Caribbean Free Trade Asso-
ciation: the West Indies at the
- cross roads. J.Millette. NWQ
4(4): 32-48, '68.
Caribbean swindle. M 42: 3,
Oct. 16, '70.
Cariftaafter one year. /EdAi-
--torial/. M 15:2-3,May 23,'69.
Carifta in the toils again. J.
Millette. M 28: 4, 11, July
3, '70.
Carifta: that unholy mess. M 122:
4, Oct. 4, '72.
End of a decade, end of an era.
J.Millette. Pt.6, M 24: 4, Mar.
20, '70; Pt.7, 25: 4, Apr. 10,'70.

CARIBBEAN INSIDER (periodical)
Editors want to teach the news-
fry...but who will teach them?
M 92: 2, Mar. 17, '72.

CARIBBEAN LABOUR CONGRESS
Federation and after. J. Morde-
cai. NWQ 3(1/2): 87-96, '67.
Regional organizations of Trade
Unions in the Caribbean. P.
Summerfield. NWQ 4(4): 3-6,'68.

CARIFTA. See Caribbean Free Trade
Association.

CARMICHAEL, STOKELY
Black power and the West Indies.
N.White. M 12: 4, Apr.11,'69.
From Stokely to Riviere. T 2:
(6): 2, Nov. 12, '72.
Rt.Hon.Dead Horse, C.H.Filling
the political vacuum. /Edito-
rial/. T 7: 1,Apr.19,'70.
Stokely on black power. /Excerpts
of address to OLAS Conference in
Cuba, '67/. M 13:1-2, Apr.25,'69.




CARNEGIE, JAMES.
Circle. /Extract from novel/.
S 3/4: 65-80, Dec."70/Mar.
'71.
00 What % value? /Review of/
Ian Fleming introduces Jamaica.
edited by M/. gill. Review
article/. NWQ 2(2): 79-82,'66.










CAfNEGIE, JAMES (Continued)
Rediscovery from outside; /Review of_7
The loss of El Dorado by V.S. Naipaul.
S 5: 125-28, June '71.

CARNIVAL
See also
Calypso and Calypsonians.
Carnival and theatre.
Carnival Development Committee.
George Bailey.
All mas covered in plan. M 98: 7, Apr.
28, '72.
Carnival or no Carnival? /Editorial/.
M 84: 12, Jan. 22, '72.
Carnival survey. M 23: 5, Feb. 27, '70.
Mas in yuh morse. S. Lowhar. T 9: 4, 12,
Sept. 28, '70.
You think mas is really worth it?
/Editorial/. M 86: 4, Feb. 5, '72.
History
The masses take over from the massas.
M 46: 4, Nov. 13, '70.
Queens

See also
Theodore, Esther

CARNIVAL AND THEATRE
Towards a revolution in the arts. M.
Maxwell. S 2(1): 19-32, Sept. '70.

CARNIVAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
(Trinidad and Tobago)
Carnival & CDC = we bread; promotions,
demonstrations but deficits continue.
M 98: 6-7, Apr. 28, '72.
Failure: new boss? New approach to
contests likely. M 99: 4, May 5, '72.
Humphrey quits from CDC. M 98: 7,
Apr. 28, '72.
Panoracket (CDC's steelband show) is
corrupt. M 99: 12, May 15, '72.

CARONI LIMITED (Trinidad and Tobago)
Caroni men cry race! M 90: 12, Mar. 10,
'72.
Caroni troubles. T 2(4): 10, Oct. 22,
'72.
Caroni tumult. M 39: 12, Sept. 25, '70.
Favouritism alleged at Caroni. M 40: 2,
Oct. 2, '70.
Sugar workers signed, sealed and sold out.
L. Taylor. T 2(5): 1, Nov. 5, '72.
That Caroni deal? P. Nunez. M 32: 1, 7,
Aug. 7. '70; Reply. /Letter to the
Editor/. 33: 2, Aug. 14, '70.

CARPENTER, ALEDO
A Cuban criollo and the Afro-Haitian
world. /review of/. El reino de este
mundo. J. Irish. S 1: 98-107, June '70.


CARRINGTON, EDWIN
Industrialization in Trinidad
and Tobago since 1950. NWQ
4(2): 37-43, '68.
The post war political economy
of Trinidad and Tobago. NWQ
4(1): 45-69, '67.

CARTER, MARTIN
After one year. Lpoem/. NWQ
2(3): 66, '66.
Anonymous /poeg/. NWQ 2(3):
66-7, '66.
Black friday, /poem/. NWQ
2(3): 66, '66.
Childhood of'a voice. /poem/
NWQ 2(3): 66, '66.
I comefrom the nigger yard.
/poem/. NWQ /Z/ 11, 12, Mar. '63.
Occasion. /poem/. S 3/4: '71,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
On the fourth night of hunger
strike. /poem/. NWQ 2(3): 65,
'66.
A question of self contempt.
NWQ 2(3): 10-12, '66.
University of hunger. /poeim/.
NUQ 1: 56-7, Mar. '63; Also
published in 2(3): 65, '66.
Weroon Weroon. /poem/. NWQ 1/
23, Mar. '63.
What can a man do more? /poem/
NWQ 2(3): 65, '66.
Where are free men? /poem/.
NWQ 2(3): 66, '66.
You are involved. /poem/. NWQ
Z1/ 72, Mar.'63. Also published in
2(3): 66, '66.
about
The necessity of poetry. L.
James. NWQ 2(3): 111-15, '66.

CARTEY, WILFRED
The Knight's companion; Ganesh,
Biswas and Stone_ novels by
Vidia Naipaul. /review article/.
NWQ 2(1): 93-8, '65.
Lamming andthe search for
freedom. Review article/. NWQ
3(1/2): 121-8, '67.
The rhythm of society and
landscape (Mittleholzer, Carew,
Williams,Dathorne) /review
article/. NWQ 2(3): 97-104, '66.

CARVER, GEORGE WASHINGTON
Carver; great scientist. No. 6
in Great negro series. M 112:
5, Aug. 4, '72.

CASTRO, FIDEL
Restructuring the Trinidad
economy. S. Ryan. NWQ 4(4): 7-
23, '68.










CATHOLIC CHURCH AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
See Church and social problems -
Catholic Church.

CATHOLIC CHURCH IN CUBA
The new Cuban church. J. Andrade. T
23: 7, Dec. 20, '71.

CATHOLIC CHURCH IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
So what's going on now? M 123: 8, Oct.
27, '72.

CEDROS, Trinidad
Cedros Icacos report. M 20: 4, Jan.
16, '70.
LLetter to the Editor/. M 30: 2, July
24, 170.

CENTRAL AMERICA
Economic Integration
Corporate us. Caribbean integration.
No Girvan. 0. Jefferson. NWQ 4(2):
45-56, '68.

CENTRAL MARKETING AGENCY (Trinidad and
Tobago)
Angry Navet farmers threaten shortage.
A. Harris. T 2(4): 12, Oct. 22, '72.

CERDA, LAVINE
Chilean poet expressing new reality.
T 2(11): 9, Dec. 17, 172.

CESAIRE, AIME
For the third world. /poem/. by G. R.
oulthard. NWQ 2(3): 120, '66.
about
Our French West Indian brothers. M.
Beauregard. T 13: 1, Jan. 31, '71.
Truer than biography; Aime Cesaire
interviewed by Rene Depestre. S 5:
71-80, June '71.

CEYLON. See Sri-Lanka.

CHAGACABANA HOTEL, Trinidad
Chagacabana hotel in trouble. Open
letter to Padmore. M 71: 1, Oct. 8,
'71.

CHAGUARAMAS, Trinidad
The military state of Chaguaramas. D.
Solomon. T 24: 2-3, Feb. 27, '72.

CHALKDUST. See Liverpool, Hollis.

CHANGE, Social. See Social change.

CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP. See leadership.

CHARLES, R.M.R
How we solved polio problem the last
time. M 84: 5, Jan. 22, '72.


Was there negligence in polio
epidemic? M 86: 2, 11, Feb. 5,
'72.
What went wrong with Polio
Campaign. M 85: 9, Jan. 29, '72.

CHAVIS, JAMES
On Barbadians and minding other
people's business. R. Moore.
NUQ 5(1/2): 69-75, '67.

CHEN, BRIAN
Which is our concern? /poem/.
M 6: 3, Jan. 17, '69.
about
Is Brian Chen being persecuted?
M 108: 2, July 7, '72.

CHEVANNES, BARRY
Revival and black struggle. S
5: 27-39, June '71.

CHILE
See also
Poets, Chilean
also subhead Chile under the
following subjects:
Elections.
Government Ownership.
Government and politics
Chile report. T 25. 10, Apr. 2,
'72.
A real government in Chile. R.
Jagessar. M 63: 5, June 25, '71.


Allende, Salvador
History
Book reviews
/Review of/ Spanish policy in
colonial Chile, the struqqle for
social justice. 1535-1700 /bx/
E. H. Korth. Po Bryan. NWQ 5(3):
58-60, '70.

CHINA
See also
Taiwan
also subhead China under the
following subject:
Agriculture.
Two Chinas? J. Millette. M 67: 6-
7, Aug. 20, '71.
Foreign Relations
United States of America
JDiplomatic relations between U.S.A.
and China/. C. Jagan. M 65: 6,
July 23, '71.










CHINESE IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Don't pick on Chinese brothels, What of
Guyanese bawdy houses? M 89: 10, Feb.
26, '72.

CHITMUKULU, MAHATMA
The origins of Afro-Judian unity in
Trinidad. Pt. 1, M 24: 2, 9, Mar. 20,
'70; Pt. 2, 25: 5, Apr. 10, '70; Pt. 3
27: 2, May 15, '70; Pt. 4, 28: 8, July
3, '70.
Partnership in political participation.
M 53: 5, 10, Jan. 15, '71.
Trade unions in the Leg. Co. /Eegislative
Council/. Pt. 1, M 32: 3, Aug. 7, '70;
Pt. 2, 31: 4, July 31, '70.
Unionists led first liberation. Pt. 1,
M 29: 6, July 17, '70; Pt. 2, 30: 6,
July 24, '70.

CHOKOLINGO, PATRICK
Choko for senate seat. M 119: 1, Sept.
29, '72.
Letter to Chokolingo, Editor of the
Bomb. M 60: 4, May 28, '71.

CHURCH AND EDUCATION
Religion in school. J. Thornley. M 7:
3, Jan. 31, '69.

CHURCH AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Brother rap. M 107: 5, June 30, '72.
Catholic Church
Bishops conference. M 65: 3, 11, July
23, '71.
The Church and change in Latin America.
M 46: 2-3, Nov. 13, '70.
The current national crisis. TS ZNC/ No. 1,
Mar. '70. 2p.

Church of England
Open letter to Lord Bishop Abdulah.
F. Bayliss. M 43: 1-2, Oct. 23, '70.

CHURCH AND STATE
See also
Church and education.

Trinidad and Tobago
Pope puts Eric in his place. Protest to
Vatican backfires. M 98: 1, Apr. 28,
'72.
Who do you think you are? Big Stuff.
M 76: 12, Nov. 27, '71.

CHURCH SCHOOLS
Trinidad and Tobago

See also
College of the Immaculate Conception.

CIBC STARLIFT
Band on the move. T 2(6): 12, Nov. 12,
'72.


CINEMA


Criticism


Hero of the 3rd. world. J.
James. T 2(13): 4-5, Dec.
31, '72.
/Review of/ Joanna. M 15:
2, 4, May_23. 169.
/Review oj_/ Yellow Submarine.
G. Rohlehr. M 18: 2, July
4, 169.
Operation Makonaima. M 119:
7, Sept. 29, '72.
Wang Yu take over now. D.
Pantin. T 2( 8): 3, Nov.
26, v72.


Trinidad and Tobago
Fed up locals form film
company. More on the affair.
M 88: 4, 9, Feb. 18, '72.
$100,000 Fraud. Now Guyana
magnate sets up cinema empire
with PNM bigwigs. M 84::1, 11,
Jan. 22, '72.
Pressure: Cinema owner forced
out. M 85: 6-7, Jan. 29, '72.
Record investments lead the
way. M 127: 2, Nov. 24, '72.
Reeling Hollywood film men
threaten to wind up locally.
T 2(8): 3, Nov. 26, '72.
Sookrajh: they just want to
run me out. M 90: 6-7, Mar.
10, '72.
Sue Toby! You have plenty
cocoa in the sun... Sookrajh
scandal: Lawsuit threat. M
87: 1, Feb. 5, '72.
Who got graft and who got
shaft in the Sookrajh affair?
M 85: 6-7, Jan. 29, '72.
Prices
Cinema industry; price war
hots up. Theatre men say
cheaper prices talk by
Sookrajh a lie. M 90: 6-7,
Mar. 10, '72.
Movie probe. T 2(8): 1,.Nov.
26, '72.

CIPRIANI, ANDREW
Cipriani's protest over pro-
posed Golf course was filled
with an indignant wrath as
applicable today as it was
yesterday. M 114: 9, Aug. 25,
'72.
DLP: politics of doom. A.
Ramrekersingh. T 2: 5, 7,
Oct. 19, '69.









CIPRIANI, ANDREW (Continued)
Government and politics in the West
Indies: Trinidad and Tobago. L.
Best. TP No. 4, June 13, '71. 7p.
The origins of Afro-Indian unity in
Trinidad. M. Chitmukulu. Pt. 1, M
24: 2, 9, Mar. 20, '70.

CIPRIANI LABOUR COLLEGE, Trinidad and
Tobago
.Rope at Labour College. M 111: 12,
July 28, '72.

CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE. See Government,
Resistance to.

CIVIL RIGHTS

See also
Academic freedom.
Freedom of speech.
Searches and seizures.
St. Kitts

St. Kitts judge declares ban on
marches not constitutional. T 24: 1,
Feb. 27, '72.

CIVIL SERVICE
Trinidad and Tobago
Black power in human song; in the
interest of freedom and justice. S.
Lowhar. TP No. 2, '70. 4p.
The machinery of government. D.
Solomon. T 1: 5-6, Sept. 28, '69.
Moko wants to know. M 6: 3, Jan 17,
'69.
Pussonal nonarchy. Pt. 2, The paradox
of power in Trinidad. J. Farmer. T
4(4), Dec. 21, '69.
Salaries
The Government is an ass and Williams
is mad. /Editorial/. M 66: 3, 6, Aug.
6, '71.

CIVIL SERVICE REFORM
Trinidad and Tobago
Crime and punishment... a view of
administrative reform. D. Solomon.
T 3: 4-5, 8, Nov-. 16, '69.
Public service reform; Tapia Statement.
T 16: 3, May 23, '71.

CLARKL, AUSTIN
Harrison College and me. NWQ 3(1/2):
31-4, '67.

CLARKE, ELLIS
The big Ellis Clarke mystery. M 118:
1, Sept. 22, '72.


The seven years' war. Queen's Hall
1962 to White Hall 1969. L.
Taylor. T 6: 4-5, Mar. 8, '70.
Where does Sir Ellis Clarke stand?
M 110: 16, July 21, '72


CLARKE, JOHN
Pioneers in American
2(3): 71-3, '66.


freedom. NWQ


CLARKE, NEVILLE
Angela Davis' lesson for us. M
106: 13, June 23, '72.
Hyatali moves up in the stakes
now. 'M 98: 11, Apr. 28, '72.
Lawyers expose Hyatali. /Letter
to Justice Hyatalfi. M 104: 2,
June 9, '72.
Oh God, Karl, you ent have no
shame? /Editorial/. M 93: 4,
Mar. 25, '72.
Vicious 28 p.c. attack begins. No
one is safe from searchers. M 93:
12, Mar. 24, '72.

CLASSES, SOCIAL AND COLOUR. See
Social classes and colour.

CLAXTON BAY, Trinidad
Claxton Bay. T 26: 11, 14, May 7,
'72.

CLOTHES. See Clothing and dress.

CLOTHING AND DRESS.
Would white be right? A. Tang-
Chow. M 88: 11, Feb. 18, '72.

CLOTHING INDUSTRY
Trinidad and Tobago
Garment scandal exposed. M 105:
16, June 16, '72.
Mayfair to replace defective hose.
M 104: 11, June 9, '72.

CARD, BERNARD
/Review ofJ How the West-Indian
child is made educationally sub-
normal in the British School
system. /by Bernard Coard. M
68: 2, Sept. 10, '71.

CARD, FREDERICK
/Review of/ Bitter-Sweet and
Spice /by/F. M. Coard. A. Salkey.
M 63: 9, June 25, '71.

CODRINGTON COLLEGE., Barbados
The legitimacy of Codrington
College. G. Simmons. NWQ 3(1/2):
39-49, '67.








COKE, LLOYD
Walcott's mad innocents. S 5: 121-4,
June '71.

COLLECTIVE SETTLEMENTS
Israel

The problem of community. K. Singh.
M 29: 10-13, July 17, '70.

COLLEGE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION,
Trinidad and Tobago
The myth of CIC is destroyed by
students. M 100: 4, May 12, '72.

COLLYMORE, FRANK
Amanda /poem/. NWQ 3(1/2): 78-9, '67.
By each let this be heard. /poem_7
NWQ 3(1/2): 79, '67.
This land. /poem/. NWQ 3(1/2): 77-8,
'67.
Triptych. /poem/. NWQ 3(1/2): 77, '67.


about
Frank Collymore and the miracle of
Bjm. E. Baugh NWQ 3(1/2); 129-33,
'67.


COLONIAL ATTITUDES
Les Ballets Africains; cultural
dilemma. G. Rohlehr. M 3: 1, Nov. 29,
'68.
Black boy. A. Ramrekersingh. M 18: 3,
4, July 4, '69.
Call that George. M 18: 3, July 4,
'69.
Continuing cultural obliteration;
plight of the local artists. L. Layne.
T 8: 4-5, Aug. 9, '70.
Decolonisation: Yeah! Yeah! /Editorial/.
M 12: 2, Apr. 11, '69.
Independent thought and Caribbean
freedom. L. Best. NWQ 3(4): 13-34, '67.
Laventille. D. Darbeau. M 19: 1-2,
Dec. 22, '69.
On from Anguilla. M 12: 2, Apr. 11,
'69.
Thoughts on nationalism. K. Tracey.
M 49: 4, Dec. 4, '70.
See also
Afro-Saxon culture.
Middle classes.
Social classes and colour.

COLONIAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY (Trinidad
and Tobago)
Honkies after Clico. M 131: 7, Dec. 22,
'72.

COLONIALISM. See Imperialism.

COLOUR AND SOCIAL CLASSES. See Social
Classes and Colour.


COMMISSION, JOHN
People are fearful through
necessity not will. /Lnterview/,
M 38: 6-7, 11, Sept. 18, '70.

COMMISSIONS OF ENQUIRY. See
Government investigations.

COMMITTEE AGAINST THE STATE OF
EMERGENCY
See also
Trinidad and Tobago State of
Emergency, 1971.

COMMUNITY CENTRES
Trinidad and Tobago

Gov't by probe. D. Pantin.
T 2(10): 5, Dec. 10, '72.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Trinidad and Tobago

Social disorganization and
community development programs
in Trinidad and Tobago.
J. D. Elder. M 16: 2, June 6, '69.
See also
Erin

COMMUNITY GROUPS

Trinidad and Tobago

See also
Bamboo Group
Blackpool Group

COMMUNITY LIFE

Trinidad and Tobago

Blockorama. T 2(3): 5, Oct. 8,
'72.
Sunday music festival stirs
Quarry Drive. T 2(10): 12, Dec.
10, '72.
See also
Curepe
Laventille
Tunapuna

CONFLICT OF GENERATIONS
Revolt of the misses; views of
a 15 year old school girl.
D. Tracey. T 4: 5, Dec. 21, '69.
Youths. M 20: 10, Jan. 16, '70

CONGLOMERATE CORPORATIONS
Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Alstons Limited
Neal and Massy Group of Companies








CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
See also
Nature conservation.

CONSTANTINE, Sir LEARIE
Constantine; a political fragment.
M 66: 2, 6, Aug. 6, '71.
The Tapia House was Constantine's
homeground. S. Lowhar. T 20: 22-3,
Aug. 29, '71.

CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY. See Trinidad and
Tobago Constitutional reform.

CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY
See also
Barbados Constitutional history.
Trinidad and Tobago Constitutional
history.

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
SEE also
Civil rights.

CONSTITUTIONS
See also
Subhead Constitution under names of
countries, e.g. Trinidad and Tobago -
Constitution.

CONTINENTAL SHELF
Coming to grief on the continental
shelf. D. Solomon. T 6:6-7, Mar. 8, '70.

CONTRACTS, GOVERNMENT
Contracts, Kickbacks: probe MPs.
/Editorial. M 87: 4, Feb. 12, '72.

CONVENTIONS, POLITICAL
See also
People's National Movement Conventions

COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT
Banking
Masses in action. W. Rodney. NWQ
2(3): 30-7, '66.

COOPERATIVES
Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Kwetu.

CORPORATION LAW
Brother rap; in a security
conscious age we are leaving...
everything open... M 113: 4, Aug.
11, '72.


See also
West Indian Tobacco Company.

CORPORATIONS, AMERICAN
Large corporations and U.S.
foreign investments. (Extracts
from paper read at Socialist
Scholars' Conference, N.Y. Sept.
11, '66). H. Magdoff. NWQ 3(3):
57-64, '67.
The nature of U.S imperalism
M 77: 6, 11, Dec. 4, '71.
Canada
Canada: economic dependence and
political disintegration.
NWQ 4(2): 57-139, '68.
Trinidad and Tobago
Oil .en giving us the shaft. M
89: 8, Feb. 26, '72.

CORPORATIONS, CONGLOMERATE. See
Conglomerate Corporations.

CORPORATIONS, INTERNATIONAL
The Caribbean Free Trade
Association: the West Indies
at the cross roads. 3. Millette.
NWQ 4(4): 32-47, '68.
Who really rules? R. Pelton. M
76: 5-7, Nov. 27, '71.
Guyana
See also.
Alcoa.
Reynolds (Guyana) Mines Limited.
Jamaica
See also
Tate and Lyle.
Trinidad and Tobago
Archbishop raps money gods.
J. Millette. M 132: 3, Dec.
29, '72.
Economic Reorganization; pro-
posals before the February
Revolution. T 20: 9-10, 15-
18, Aug. 29, '71.
Localisation; the new world
solution. T 20: 4, 8, Aug. 29,
'71.
Super profits. M 119: 12, Sept.
29, '72.
Who owns Trinidad and Tobago?
T 20: 2-3, Aug. 29, '71.
See also
Amoco Trinidad Oil Company.
Nestle's Products.


CORPORATIONS
Trinidad and Tobago








CORPORATIONS, INTERNATIONAL
Zambia
Nationalization and management in
Zambia. P. Semonin. NWQ 5(3): 1-8,
'70.

CORRUPTION
Another bobol in WASA sewerage connec-
tions. M 102: 2,.May 26, '72.
Answering the apologists. A. Pierce. M
45: 2, Nov. 6, '70.
Appeal Court judges resigning? M 108: 1,
16, July 7, '72.
Big oil swindle. M 126: 1, 11, Nov. 17,
'72.
Contracts, Kickbacks: probe MPs.
/Editorial7, M 87; 4, Feb. 12, '72.
Courthouse racket; cops grip a bailor,
M 93: 9, Mar. 24, '72.
D-plan causes uproar; moneymen grab
South Sea frontage. M 89: 5, Feb.
26, .'72.
The enforcers... for standards now. M
125: 4, Nov. 10, '72.
ErLc and the grebbers. LEditorial_/.
M 117: 12, Sept. 15, '72.
Fatman strikes again. gEditoriajl. MP
18: 3, July 4, '69.
Fraud case unease in Central Bank affair.
M 104; 16, June 9, '72.
Gene Miles: the politics of
assassination, J. Millette. IM 130: 3,
Dec. 15, '72.
Ivan the terrible. M 85: 4, Jan. 29,
'72.
Map racket at Amoco ministry. Scandal
reported; man fired! M 100: 12, May
12, '72.
$m racket in project jobs; cops seize
100 paysheets. M 93: 1, Mar 24, '72.
The palace on the hill. J. Cannon. M
118: 14, Sept. 22, '72.
Pals fall out; $27,000 suit. WASA sued
for truck borne water. M 101: 1, May
19, '72.
Port Authority labour racket. M 131: 9,
Dec. 22, '72.
Rackets, bobol and slaughter. M 15:2,
May 23, '69.
The smuggle whisky racket story. M
116: 11, Sept. 8, '72.
(Tang-Chow; the Yellow Peril). M 82:
5, Jan. 8, '72.
Telephone Co. directors must resign. M
111: 1, 10, July 28, '72.
This is corruption too. M 53: 1, Jan.
15, '71.
The two schools that got lost. Inside
info. M 116: 5, Sept. 8, '72.
A visa smartman 'from U.S. nabbed. M
94: 1, Mar. 31, '72.
Where have our taxes gone? 2900% increase


in irregularities since 1956.
T 20: 24, Aug. 29, '71.
Who got graft and who got shaft
in the Sookrajh affair? M 85:
6-7, Jan. 29, '72.

COST AND STANDARD OF LIVING
See also
Prices
also subhead Economic conditions
under names of countries, e.g.
Jamaica Economic conditions.
Trinidad and Tobago
The cost of living; UNIP's
letter to Padmore. J. Millette.
M 64: 3, July 16, '71.
Moko jumbie looks at budget
price. M 85: 2, Jan. 22, '72.
Paddy: time to check on the
commission agents. /Editorial/
M 94: 5, Mar. 31, !72,
What the cost of living is.
T 24: 13, Feb. 27, '72.

COULTHARD, G.R.
(tr.) See Cesaire,_A. For the
3rd. world. /poem/.
(tr.) See Guillen, N, Ballad
of my two grand fathers.
poem/.
(tr.) See Guillen, N. Ballad
of the river sprites. poem7
(tr.) See Guillen, N. Elegy.
/poem/.
(tr.) See Guillen, N. My name.
/poem/
Who am I? /Review of7 Rio
Sin cauce. /by/ E. Laguerre.
NUQ 2(1): 91-3, '65.

COUNCIL OF PROGRESSIVE TRADE
UNIONS (Trinidad and Tobago)
Progressive trade unions
condemn IRA. M 70: 4, 10,
Oct. 1, '71.

COURTS
Trinidad and Tobago
The courts as they are. M 7: 3,
Jan. 31, '69; 8: 3, Feb. 14, '69.
See also
Judges.
Justice, Administration of.

COURTS MARTIAL
Brigadier, you're dead right!...
Pat Noray, you're lying again.
T 14: 4-5. Feb. 28, '71.
For whom the bells toll... T
14: 2-3, Feb. 28, '71.







COURTS MARTIAL (Continued)
Judgement day a-coming. L. Grant. T
24: 6, 11, Feb. 27, '72.
Legality vs. Morality. M 57: 1-8,
Mar. 26, '71.
Mutiny trial closes. M 54: 12, Jan. 26,
'71.
Political trial ends. M 56: 12, Feb. 26,
'71.
Price of injustice. T 14: 1, Feb. 28, '71.
Two army men knock at St. Peter's gate.
V. Pierce. M 49: 3, 11, Dec. 4, '70.
ihat a judge. M 55: 4, Feb. 12, '71.
What now Serrette? Lasalle, Shah freed.
M 85: 1, Jan. 29, '72.
Who is this man Danjuma? M 48: 1-2, Nov.
27, '70.

CRAIG, DENNIS
Age. /poem/. S 3/4: 142, Dec. '70/Mar.
'71.
Waiting /poem/. S 3/4: 142-4, Dec. '70/
Mar. '71.

CRAIG, SUSAN
Community development by vaps: the case
of Erin. T 23: 9-11, Dec. 26, '71.
Erin project is a failure? M 78: 5-9,
Dec. 11, '71.
The tourist professor sees the W.I.
/review of West Indian Societies. by
D. Lowenthal/. T 2(9): 5-8, Dec. 3, '72.

CREATIVE WRITING. See Writing, Creative.

CREOLE DIALECTS
Creoles and pidgins, East and West. W.
Thompson. NWQ 2(4): 11-16, '66.

CREOLES
Book Reviews
Creole authenticity; a review of
Edward Brathwaite's The development of
Creole society in Jamaica, 1770-1820.
L. Mathurin. S 5: 115-20, June, '71.

CRIBOU MOVEMENT (Grenada)
Crisis deepens in Grenada. T 26: 13,
May 7, '72.
Grenada; Gairy's Isle of Spice. T 21:
10, Oct. 3, '71.

CRICHLOW, NATHANIEL
Open letter to Crichlow. G. Goddard. M
77: 15, Dec. 4, '71.

CRICHLOW, VERNA
Verna Crichlow fired? M 41: 9, Oct. 9,
'70.

CRICKET AND CRICKETERS
The dilemma of W.I. Cricket; a cursory
glance. T 26: 8-9, May 7, '72.
The home of the heroes. C. Walcott.
NWQ 3(1/2): 51-3, '67.


Kiwis go home! we have had enough rope,
M 97: 6-7, Apr. 21, '72.
Moko jumbie. /Editoria.1/. M 8: 2-3,
Feb. 14, '69.
Sports. M 129: 15, Dec. 8, '72.

See also
Kallicharan, Alvin.
Kanhai, Rohan.
Sobers, Gary.
Worrell, Frank.

Book Reviews
/Review of/ Beyond a boundary /by/
C.L.R. James. M. Gibbes. T 5:6, Feb.
1, '70.

Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Queen's Park Cricket Club.

CRIME AND CRIMINALS
See also

Police.
Prisoners, Political.

Trinidad and Tobago
Raperman in Chag. M 116: 3, Sept. 8,
'72.
You have to come better than that.
Mr. Pitt. B. Samaroo. T 2(10): 3,Dec,
10, '72.

CRITICISM
Caribbean critics fa review of/ The
Islands in between: essays on West
Indian Literature.../by/ L. James/. E.
Brathwaite. NWQ 5(1/2): 5-12, '69.
Creole criticism, a critique. S. Wyntai,
NWQ 3(4): 12-36, '72.

See also

Theatre reviews. also subhead Criti-
cism under the following subjects:
Cinema.
West Indian Literature.

CRONON, EDMUND
LReview of_/ Black Moses. R. Bernal.
NWQ 5 (4): 69-72, '72.

CRUSE, HAROLD
Roll call of the Negro intellectual:
a critique of Crisis of the Neqro
intellectual. D. Forsythe. NWQ
5(37: 61-6, '70.

CUBA
A Caribbean view of Cuba. G. Beck-
ford. NWQ 2(2): 43-53, '66.










CUBA (Continued)
Cuba 1972; from party line to 'mass
line'; the people have their say.
T 95: 15, Apr. 2, '72.
Cuba 1972, a muted note of optimism.
T 25: 13, Apr. 2, '72.
Journalist jailed in Cuba. M 107: 11,
June 30, '72.
See also
Afro-Cubans.
Castro, Fidel.
Catholic Church in Cuba.
Priests, Cuban.
See subhead Cuba under the following
subjects.
Employment; Sports;
Marine Resources Conservation;Slavery.

Economic conditions
Cuba's anti-loafing law; full employ-
ment. R. Hart. M 58: 6-7. May 7, '71.
Cuba economy picks up again. T 2(9):
9, Dec. 3, '72.
Book Reviews
/Review of/ Cuba, the economic and
social revolution. /by/ Dudley Seers.
M. Maldonado. NWQ 2(1): 83-4, '65.
/Review of/The economic transformation
of Cuba. /by/ Edward Boorstein. 3.
Handle. NWQ 4(3): 77-80, '68.
Foreign Relations
See also
Trinidad and Tobago Foreign
relations Cuba.
Revolution, 1956 1958
Book Reviews
The writer and the revolution.
/Review of Memories of under-
development by Edmund Desnoes./ L.
King. T 2(11): 5, Dec. 17, '72.
Social conditions
107 yr. old survivor of slavery,
Atilano Cuba talks of life and death.
T 2(1): 4, Sept. 3, '72.

CUBAN LITERATURE
See also
Guillen, Nicolas

CULTURAL CHANGE. See Social change.

CULTURE
See also
Education.
Literature.

CULTURE AND POLITICS. See Politics and
culture.


CULTURE AND STATE
Trinidad and Tobago
Cultural twitches. C. Williams.
T 21: 5, Oct. 3, '71.
Wang Yu take over now. D. Pantin.
T 2(8): 3, Nov. 26, '72.

CULTURE CHANGE. See Social change.

CULTURE CONFLICTS.
See also
Afro-Indian Relations.

CUMBERBATCH, GEORGE
Butler rap; open letter to film
star Geo. Cumberbatch. M 119: 11,
Sept. 29, '72.

CUREPE, Trinidad
Curepe; rumble on the blocks. A.
Ahmed. T 24: 11, Feb. 27, '72.
Progress in Curepe. M 69: 4,
Sept. 24, '71.

CUREPE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE,
Trinidad'
See also
Private Schools Trinidad and
Tobago.

CURRENCY. See Money.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Occupation, 1968
The Czechoslova revolution -
a comment. H. Skinner. NWQ
4(3): 69-71, '68.


DLP., See Democratic Labour Party.

DAGGA, MAHATMA
Now for a new natural gas scheme.
M 125: 9, Nov. 10, '72.

DANCING
'Culture' packaged for export; why
Ambakaila was such a hit abroad.
/review of 'Ambakaila_'. E. Le
Gendre. T 2(7): 3, Nov. 19, '72.
Anevolution in folk dance.
/review article/. E. Le Gendre,
T 2(9): 2, 12, Dec. 3, '72.








DANCING (Continued)
From slavery to slavery; Africa in the
Caribbean: Jeff Henry and his West
Indian troupe. /review article/. L.
Best. NWQ 4(2): 129-31, '68.

DANIEL, PET
The poor poor poor house. M 118: 3,
Sept. 22, '72.

DANJUMA, THEOPHILUS
kho is this man Danjuma? M 48: 1-2,
Nov. 27, '70.

DARBEAU, DAVE
Laventille. M 19: 1, 2, Dec. 22, '69.

DARCUS, OWUSU
W. Indians on,trial in London. M 123:
5, Oct. 27, 71.

DASH, MICHAEL
Haitian literature; a search for
identity. S 5: 81-94, June '71.

DATHORNE, O.R.
The rhythm of society and landscape.
(Mittelholzer. Care, Williams,
Dathorne). /review article/. W. Cartey.
NWQ 2(3): 97-104, '66.

DAVIS, ANGELA
/The Angela Davis case/. J. Abt. M
66: 4-5, Aug. 6, '71.
Angela Davis on trial. M 70: 6-7,
Oct. 1, '71.
The case for women's lib.T2(8): 9, 11,
Nov. 26, '72.

DAVIS, BASIL
Rt. Hon. Dead Horse,_ C.H. Filling the
political vacuum. ZEditorial/. T 7:
1, Apr. 19, '70.
'70 year of revolution. Diary. T
12: 1, Dec. 20, '70.

DAVIS, GEORGE
Errol's Empire; intrigue to put Pierre
in shade. M 86: 6-7, Feb. 5, '72.

DAVIS, WAYNE
On police brutality. /Letter to the
Editor/. M 21: 8, Jan. 30, '70.
Police report 1970. Pleasantyille a
sign of our times.'T 5: 8, Feb. 1,
'70.
See also Jagessar, Ramdath, jt. auth.

DAVISON, R.B.
Nigratin' overseas. /review of/ Black
British: immigrants to England. A.
Sio. NWQ 3(4): 66-7, '67.


DEBE, Trinidad
Any fire could burn Debe flat
to the ground. M 82: 6, 7,
Jan. 8, '72.

DE CAIRES, DAVID
Regional integration. NWQ1/ :
82-6, Mar. '63.

-- and FITZGERALD, MILES
Twenty years of politics in
our land. NWQ 2(3): 39-45 ,
'66.

DE CASTRO, STEVE
Air who? Pt. 1, M 9: 2, Feb. 28,
'69; Pt. 2, 10: 2,4, Mar. 14,
169.
Caribbean economic integration
and the West Indians. NWQ 5(3):
27-35, '70.

DECOLONIZATION
British Honduras: decolonization
or recolonization? P. Cacho.
NUQ 3(3): 33-44, '67.
Decolonization: yeah! yeah!
LEditorial/. M 17: 2-3, Jan. 20,
'69.
Doctrines of imperial responsibility.
J. Millette. NWQ 2(3): 79-85, '66.
End of a decade, end of an era.
Pt. 2, J. Millette. M 20: 5-6,
Jan. 16, '70. Pt. 3, 21: 8, Jan.
30, '70.
Second independence decade. People
will make their play.J. Millette.
M 115: 3, Sept. 1, '72.
The sociology of decolonization.
The case of Guyana bauxite. NWQ
5(4): 50-62, '72.

DE COTEAU, DELANO. See Malik, Abdul.

DE FREITAS, MICHAEL. See Malik,
Abdul.

DEMAS, WILLIAM
Size and survival. /Review of The
economicsof development in small
countries by W. Demas/. L. Best.
NUWQ 2(3): 58-63, '66.

DEMOCRACY
Democracy and the voting machine.
B. Samaroo. M 51: 3, 23, Dec.
25, '70.
Jamaica, dictatorship or democracy.
V. Arnett. M 4: 2, Dec. 13, '68.
Nationalism and democracy in
Jamaica. T. Munroe. NWQ 4(4): 24-
9, '68.









DEMOCRATIC ACTION COMMITTEE (Trinidad
and Tobago)
Answers to the DAC question. /Letter
to the Editor/. R. M. Singh. M 93:
5, Mar. 25, '72.
Civil disobedience: is DAC serious? M 96:
1, 12, Apr. 14, '72.
DAC is just_using people. LLetter to
the Editor/. M 94:.2, Mar. 31 '72.
Opposition: time to play our own game.
J. Millette. M 97: 3, Apr. 21, '72.
Whither DAC? M open for your views;
don't zigzag. 3. Millette. M 90: 3,
10, Mar. 10, '72.

DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY (Barbados)
The struggle for freedom. (A story of
contemporary Barbados). G. Lewis.
NWQ 3(1/2): 14-29, '67.
DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY (Trinidad )
The coming election. L. Best. T 13,
5, Jan. 31, '71.
The coming elections. L. Best. T 1:
1, 3, Sept. 28, '69.
The DLP and Trinidad. 3. Millette. M
17: 1-2, June 20, '69.
DLP: politics of doom. A. Ramrekersingh.
Pt. 1, T 2: 5, 7, Oct. 19, '69. Pt. 2,
3: 7, Nov. 16, '69.
DLP; politics of doom; proportional
representation examined. T 26: 5,
May 7, '72.
The end of the old order. A. Ramreker-
singh. T 13:6-7, Jan. 31, '71.
Governor General. The seven years war.
C. Sealy. T 8: 3, Aug. 9, '70.
Plenty parties, plenty balls. A.
Espinet. T 5: 1, 8, Feb. 1, '70.
Political dimension. V. Pierce. M 27:
10, May 15, '70.
The political prospect. Something old,
nothing new. LEditorial7 T 4: 2,
Dec. 21, '69.
Tapia, DLP calling for corrupt elections?
J. Millette. M 94: 3, Mar. 31, '72.
End the Eme-rgency:! two opposition parties
warn. M 88: 5, Feb. 18, '72.
DEMONSTRATIONS
See also subhead Demonstrations under
the following subjects:
Martinique.
Trinidad and Tobago.

DESNOES, EDMUNDO
The writer and the revolution. /Review
of Memories of underdevelopment by
Edmundo Desnoes/, L. King. T 2(11): 5,
Dec. 17, '72.

DETENTION, PREVENTIVE. See Preventive
detention.

DEVALUATION OF MONEY. See Money Devaluation.


DEVELOPMENT. See Community
Development.

DEVELOPMENT BANKS
See also
Caribbean Development Bank.

DEVELOPMENT PLANS. See subhead
Development plans under names
of countries e.g. Guyana -
Development plans.

DHANNY, GEORGE
Aftermath of Public Order Bill;
alternatives facing the
Government. M 38: 1, 12, Sept.
18, '70.
Electoral politics or? M 50: 1,
Dec. 11, '70.

Government. M 22: 7, Feb.
13, '70.

Passport to slavery. M 35: 1,
8, Aug. 28, '70.
Preventive detention. M 27: 1,
4, May 15, '70.
Prospects for alignment among
political parties. M 39: 1,
12, Sept. 25, '70.
Public Order Act; threat to
freedom M 33: 1-2, Aug. 14,
'70.
UNIP. M 21: 6, Jan. 30, '70.
about
Dhanny elected Deputy Political
leader. M 49: 2, Dec. 4, '70.
Judas plus seven. M 56: 1, 9,
Feb. 26, '71.

DIALECTS
See also
Creole dialects.
Poetry in dialect.

DIEGO MARTIN, Trinidad
Diego Martin: a case of bull-
dozer planning; statement from
the Bamboo Group, Covigne Road,
Diego Martin. T21: 4, 6-7, Oct. 3,
'71.
DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICE
See also
Trinidad and Tobago -
Diplomatic and consular service.

DIPLOMATS, TRINIDADIAN
See also
Crichlow, Verna.
Ramcharan, Matthew.

DISCRIMINATION IN EDUCATION
The myth of CIC is destroyed by
students. M 100: 4, May 12, '72.










DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
Give the poor a chance. /Letter to
the Editor/. Ralph Figeroux M 19:
4, Dec. 22, '69.
The problems... T 1: 4, Sept. 28, '69.

DISCRIMINATION IN SPORTS
Blacks getting a raw deal from Queen's.
Park. M 105:12, June 16, '72.

DIVALI
Divali, Season of hope. T 2(5): 5, 8,
Nov. 5, '72.
The national festival of Deya Devali.
B. Samaroo. T 10: 2, Nov. 1, '70.
Seeds of India on Caribbean shores.
K. V. Parmasad. T 2(8): 6-7, Nov. 26,
'72.

DIVORCE
Legislation
Divorce, British style. F. Solomon.
T 18: 8, July 25, '71.

DIZZY, I. RAS
Ghost riding coffen in city. S 3/4:
29-30, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
I know my way around. /poem/. NWQ 4(3):
58, '67.

DOCTOR POLITICS
But who we go put? /Editorial/. T 13:
1, Jan. 31, '71.
Charisma; West Indian style. T 2(7):
6-7, 11, Nov. 19, '72.
DLP: politics of doom. A. Ramrekersingh.
Pt. 1, T 2: 5, 7, Oct. 19, '69. Pt. 2,
Mission unaccomplished, 3: 7, Nov. 16,
'69.
Doctor politics; a reassessment. K.
Singh. M 41: 3, Oct. 9, '70.
Dem say: Tapia is communicating now.
L. Best..T 20: 7, Aug. 29, '71.
February revolution: origins. L. Best.
T 12: 9-13, Dec. 20, '70.
Leadership vs. Prophecy. /Editorial/.
T 3: 2, Nov. 16, '69.
/Letter to the Editor/. N. Girvan. T
5: 4, Feb. 1, '70.
Pussonal nonarchy; the paradox of
power in Trinidad A. Espinet and
J. Farmer. T 3: 6, Nov. 16, '69.
Pussonal nonarchy. Pt. 2. The paradox
of power in Trinidad. J. Farmer.
T 4: 4, Dec. 21, '69.
The second coming. T 2(3): 1, Ott. 8,
'72.
University boiling pots L. Best. T
2: 1, 3, 6, Oct. 19, '69.
- -Uhy did the PNM fail? Doctor party.
A. Ramrekersingh. T 11 2, 5, 7,
Nov. 29, '70.


See also
Leadership.

DOMESTIC SERVICE
LLetter to the Editor/. C.
Sigurdsson. T 10: 6, Nov. 1,
'70.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Revolution, 1965
The Dominican Republic: re-
volution and restoration. J.
Petras. NWQ 3(4): 1-11, '67.


DONAWA, RENEE
Medical service. T 12:
Dec. 20, '70.


2, 18,


DOUGLAS, JASON
Our bogus commissions. M 71:
4, Oct. 8, '71.

DOWNES, PAT
Food vendors will fight for
livelihood. T 2(12): 3 14,
Dec.. 31, '72.
Sugar must have union Best.
T 2(10): 2, Dec. 10, '72.

DRAG BROTHERS (Trinidad and
Tobago)
See Small Business.

DRAKE, ST. CLAIR
Reflections on the black
diaspora. /review of Edward
Wilmot Blyden; Pan Negro
patriot by Hollis Lynch/.
NWQ 4(4): 73-8, 'bU.

DRAYTON, GEOFFREY
An education in retrospect.
NWQ 3(1/2): 35-7, '67.

DRESS. See Clothing and dress.

DRESS INDUSTRY. See Clothing
Industry.

DRUG ABUSE
The juice of death,Datura; but
pundits cry desecration of
religion. M 95: 6-7, April 7,
'72.

i r3mn Narcotic' racket probe.
Gov't stores hit by massive
theftss. M 92' 1,1'2, Mar.17,'72.
DRUG TRADE"
Kandahar pusher. T 2(4): 10,
Oct. 22, '72.









DRUG TRADE (Continued)
Protected pusher. M 124: 3, Nov. 3, '72.

DRUGS AND YOUTH
Donald Pierre's agony in the spotlight.
A. Espinet. T 4: 1, 5, Dec. 21, '69.

DRUMMOND, DON
Sounds and pressure: Jamaica Blues,
Pt. 1, G. RohlEhr. M 16: 4, June 6,
'69.
We remember. M 16: 1, June 6, '69.
West Indian poetry; some problems of
assessment. G. Rohlehr. T 20: 11-
14, Aug. 29, '71.

DUBE, J.M.
Sugar or society. M 8: 4, Feb. 14, '69.
W.I. state not wanted. M 76: 8, Nov.
27, '71.


DUBE, LOOKNATH
I hear the canes burning.
12: 3, Apr. 11, '69.

DUKE. See Pope, Kelvin.

DUMONT, RENE
/Letter to the Editor/. T
29, '70.
Professor Dumont has said
M 42: 10, Oct. 16, '70.

DUNLOP TRINIDAD LIMITED
/Letter to the Editor/. M
3, '70.
Trouble at Dunlop.ELetter
M 40: 2, Oct. 2, '70.


/poem/. M


11: 8, Nov.

nothing new.



28: 8, July

to the Editor?


DUVALIER, FRANCOIS
Political crisis in Haiti. G. La
Tortue. NWQ 3(3): 45-50, '67.
The thirteen years of Papa Doc. M 74:
6-7, Nov. 13, '71.


EAGLETON, THOMAS
Eagleton affair example of U.S.
bigotry. M 112: 12, Aug. 4, '72.

EAST CARIBBEAN FEDERATION
Closing stable door Wooding's way.
M 107: 6, June 30, '72.
'New Federation' group has little to
offer. J. Millette. M 107: 3, June 3,
'72.
See also
Caribbean Area-Economic Integration.


West Indies Federation.

EAST INDIANS IN GUYANA
Growing up. C. Jagan. NWQ
3(1/2): 4-9, '67.
Masses in action. W. Rodney.
NWQ 2(3): 30- 7, '66.

EAST INDIANS IN TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO
By the light of a Deya. K. V.
Parmasad. T 22: 5, 8, Nov. 7,
'71.
I watched Hosay and thought of
Shah the warrior. M 90: 11,
Mar. 10, f72.
Indenture in the West Indies.
T 2(1): 12, Sept. 3, '72.
The Indian Heritage; the
ancestral homeland; religious
legacy. A. Harris. T 2(1):
10, Sept. 3, '72.
Why no Indian pictures on movie
night? M 85: 4, Jan. 29, '72.
See also
Afro-Indian Relations; Hindus.

EAST INDIANS IN UGANDA
Britain's post colonial burden
in Uganda. /paper presented to/
Third World Symposium on
Asians in East-Africa. D.
Mutunhu. T 2(3): 4, 9-10, Oct.
8, '72.
The result of imperial divide and
rule policy. J.C. Jha. T 2(3):
4, 10, Oct. 8, '72.
Why not bring Ugandan Indians
here. J. Millette. M 116: 4,
Sept. 8, '72.

EAST INDIANS IN THE WEST INDIES
What East Indians have given to
W.I. Society. T 2(6): 12, Nov.
12, '72.

ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE
Book Reviews
CIA backs subversion in Trinidad.
T 22: 13, Nov. 7, '71.
Debate on foreign aid: the case
against Pt. 1, M 55: 2,11,
Jan. 29, '71; Pt. 2, 56: 3, 9,
Feb. 26, '71. /Reprinted from
Ceres, the FAD review/.

ECONOMIC .ASSISTANCE IN TRINIDAD
AND TOBAGO
Couva Junior Sec; raw deal in a
package. A. Ramrekersingh. T
29: 3, Aug. 13, '72.







ECONOMIC CONDITIONS


See also

Unemployment.

also subhead Economic conditions
under countries e.g. Jamaica -
Economic Conditions.

ECONOMIC INTEGRATION. See Andes Region -
Economic Integration; Caribbean Area -
Economic Integration.

ECONOMIC POLICY

See also

Economic assistance.
Government ownership.
Inflation (finance).
Money Devaluation.
Unemployment.

also subhead Economic policy
under countries e.g. Trinidad and
Tobago Economic Policy.

ECONOMICS

See also


Banks and banking.
Cost and standard of living.
Money.
Prices.

EDINBOROUGH, FELIX
Dis is hell. M 16: 3, June 6,


'69.


EDMOND, OLIVER
Crash probe clears airplane Club.
T 2(7): 12, Nov. 19, '72.
The man who loved aeroplanes. A.
Johnson. M 122: 7, Oct. 20, '72.
When 1,000 candles burned in Laven-
tille. K. Smith. T 2(3): 12,
Oct. 8, '72.

EDUCATION
Education and decolonization. K.
Bacchus. NWQ 5(1/2): 63-73, '69.

See also

Church and education.
Education, Higher.
English Language Study and teaching.
Mathematics Study and teaching.

Barbados

An education in retrospect. G. Drayton.
NWQ 3(1/2): 35-7, '67.


See also

Codrington College.
Harrison College.

Great Britain
Book Reviews
/Review of/ How the West Indian Child
is made educationally subnormal in
the British school system lby/ Bernard
Coard. M 68: 2, Sept. 10, '71.
Guyana
Manpower implications of Guyana's
(1966-72) development programme. K.
Bacchus. NWQ 2(4): 39-48, '66.
Working notes towards the unification
of Guyana. Pts. 1-8, NWQ 1: 1-81,
Mar. '63.
Jamaica
Aims of education in Jamaica. A.
GradussoV. NWQ 2(4): '3'3-8,. 66.
The colonial legacy in Jamaica.
D. Hall. NWQ 4(3) : 7-22,. '67.
Education, and society ,in Jaa4CIa. E.
Miller, 'S 5: 51-70, Ju'he, '71'.
*Puerto Rico'
Dependence as an obstacle to develop-
ment: Puerto Rico. E. Seda-Bonilla.
NWQ 2(1): 13-18,, '65.

Trinidad and Tobago

Bigger school boycott planned.
M 82: 6-7, Jan. 8, '72.
Failure of Government's education
policy. M 39: 7, Sept. 25, '70.
New targets for our nation.
/Speech delivered at Woodford Square,
April 12, 1970/. J. Millette. M 27:
5-9, May 15, '70.
A note on education. M 5: 3, Dec. 27,
'68.
Party paradise lost. J. Farmer.
T 2: 1, 2, Oct. 19, '69.
The problems. T 1: 4, 7, Sept. 28,
'69.
Solutions: emancipation of national
enterprise. T 2: 7, Oct. 19, '69.
Spoil the rod, and spare the child.
S. Harper. T 6: 5-6, Mar. 8, '70.
UNIP's policy for black reconstruction.
M 46: 6-7, Nov. 20, '70.
Youths must protest behaviour by
elders. K. Bo'die. M 109: 11,
July 14, '72.

See also

Education, Adult.
Education, Secondary.
Secondary schools.
Private schools.








EDUCATION, ADULT

Trinidad and Tobago
Caribbean certificate of youth
education; a prospectus. T 1: 4, 6,
Sept. 28. 28, '68.

EDUCATION, HIGHER
See also
West Indies. University

EDUCATION, SECONDARY
Trinidad and Tobago
Conferences
Dialogue for so! Chaguaramas diversion.
B. Samaroo. T 19: 2, Aug. 15, '71.
Fraudulent Schools conferences scheduled.
R. Jagessar. M 63: 4, 11, June 25, '71.
In the name of the Doctor. M. Hodge.
T 19: 1, Aug. 15, '71.
Resistance. M 65: 10, July 23, '71.

EDUCATION AND CHURCH. See Church and
Education.

EDWARDS, VERNE
Weekes in jail; Edwards campaigning;
new boss for OWTU? M 80: 1, Dec.
23, '71.

EID-UL-FITR
Will I be here for next year's Eid ?
T 2(6): 9 Nov. 12, '72.

ELDER, J. D.
Power black and young in Caribbean
society. M 7: 2, Jan. 31, '69.
Social disorganization and community
development programs in Trinidad
and Tobago. M 16: 2, June 6, '69.

ELECTION LAW
Trinidad and Tobago
Accord on electoral reform. M 53: 4,
Jan. 15, '71.
Electoral reform; the first phase of
constitutional reform. K. Singh.
M 60: 3, May 28, '71.
First things first; unite for electoral
reform. K. Singh. M 46: 1, Nov. 20,
'70.
Leading politically. J. Millette.
M 23: 3, Feb. 27, '70.
Let's stop those thieves. M 54: 1,
Jan. 29, '71.
/Letters to the Editor/. M 25: 2,
Apr. 10, '70.
Only the brave; reflections on the
withdrawal of the ACDC/DLP from the
talks on Electoral Reform. J. Millette.
M 53: 11-12, Jan. 15, '71.


Public trickery, not party democracy.
M 67: 3, Aug. 20, '71.
Republic 20 questions. T 3: 1,
Nov. 16, '69.
Winning the war. J. Millette.
M 29: 1-2, 11-12, July 17, '70.

Uganda

Electoral reform in Uganda. S. Ryan.
M 51: 15, 21, Dec. 25. '72.


ELECTIONS


Canada


What will happen in Monday's elections
in Canada ? M 123: 6-7, Oct. 27, '72.

Chile

Chile; the making of a precedent.
Latin America: conventions confoun-
ded. N. Hall. M 45: 6-7, Nov. 6, '7Q.

Guyana

Damned lies and statistics; refutation
number one; the Guyanese elections.
1957. M 61: 2-3, June 11, '71.
Guyana; Republic ? M 23: 6-7, Feb.
27, '70.
Moko Jumbie. /Editorial/. M 5: 1,
Dec. 27, '68; 6: 2-3, Jan. 17, '69.
Scrap elections commission. M 81: 8,
Dec. 30, '71.

Israel

Elections: how others do it.
Israel's electoral system. M 52:
6-7, Jan. 8, '71.

Trinidad and Tobago

Another election; another fraud ?
M 51: 1, 23, Dec. 25, '70.
The approaching election. M 59: 2,
May 21, '71.
Bringing the nation together.
LEditorial/. T 15: 2_ May 9, 171.
But who we go put ? /Editorial/.
T 13: 1, Jan. 31, '71.
Christmas message. J. Millette.
M 51: 5, Dec. 25, '70.
Civilization or barbarism? M
60: 1, May 28, '71.
The coming election. L. Best.
T 13: (Election Special no. 1):
5, Jan. 31, '71.
The coming elections. L. Best.
T 1: 1, 3, Sept. 28, '69.







ELECTIONS (Continued)

Trinidad and Tobago


DLP; politics of doom. Pt. 2, Mission
unaccomplished. A. Ramrekersingh..
T 3: 7, Nov. 16, '69.
Election offensive. M 31: 1, July
31, '70.
Election strategy? M 19: 1-2, Dec.
22, '69.
Election? What to do? T 11: 1,
Nov. 29, '70.
The elections are over... the politics
continues... T 17: 4-5, June 27, '71.
Elections may be sooner. G. M. George.
M 43: 7, Oct. 23,_'70. _
Electoral list. /Editorial/. M 30:
2, July 24, '70.
Electoral politics or? G. Dhanny.
M 50: 1, Dec. 11, '70.
The end of the old order. A. Ram-
rekersingh. T 13: 6-7, Jan. 31, '71.
First Dumont, then Balogh; now a
Yankee expert to fix the elections...
M 43: 1, Oct. 23, '70.
Fraud upon fraud upon fraud. M 45:
1, Nov.6, '70.
Governor General. The seven years
war. C. Sealy. T 8: 3, Aug. 9, '70.
Governor's ball. S. Lowhar. T 17:
6-7, June 27, '71.
Government: G. Dhanny. M 22: 7,
Feb. 13, '70.
Men, mice and a maniac. M 58:1,
May 7, '71.
The menace of illegal government.
J. Millette. M 60: 2, 7-8, May 28, '71.
Not even 28 percent. M 112: 6, Aug.
4, '72.
125,000.votes missing. M 34: 1, Aug.
21, '70.
The People's Cause. Pt. 1, M 61:
4, 6-8, June 11, '71; Pt. 2, 67:
5, 8, Aug. 20, '71.
The political prospect. Something
old, nothing new. /Editorial/.
T 4: 5, Dec. 21, '69.
Tapia, DLP calling for corrupt elections?
J. Millette. M 94: 3, Mar. 31, '72.
Thief election? Not this time,
Brudder Willie! M 49: 1, Dec. 4, '70.
Time to take your stand. T 15: 8,
May 9, '71.
Tobago East constituency; polling
division 4976. M.Guy. M 48: 12,
Nov. 27, '70.
UNI_P leader demands polls supervision.
/Letter to Editors of the Press/.
J. Millette. M 59: 8, May 21, '71.
A URO statement. M 58: 8, May 7, '71.
Williams has chosen barbarism. M 60:
8, May 28, '71.
Your turn to play. T 16: 4-5, May
23, '71.


See also
Election lawo
Voting machines.
Uganda
How others do it; electing the
President in Uganda. S. Ryan.
M 52: 5, 8, Jano 8, '71.

United States of America
The U.S. Presidential election.
J. Millette. M 111: 3, July
28-,-172.

ELECTRONIC MUSIC
The mighty stereo; for some the
sound of music is sound business.
T 2(11): 10-12, Dec. 17, '72.

ELIAS, EMILE
Coitus interruptus; a merger
frustrated. T 7: 5-6, Apr.
19, '70.
Steal mill; any price. T 6: 1, 8,
Mar. 8, '70; Reply. L. Sugar.
7: 5, Apr. 19, '70.

ELLIS, KEITH
The poetry of the Spanish
.American countries: a historical
perspective. NWQ 5(1/2): 22-31,
'69.

EMMANUEL, PATRICK
The army. T 12: 3, Dec. 20, '70.
about
Banning of Pat Emmanuel. T 22:
10, Nov. 7, '71.
UWI protests ban on lecturer. M
72: 2, Oct. 22, '71.

EMPLOYMENT
See also
Discrimination in employment. Also
subhead Employment under the sub-
ject University Graduates.
Cuba
Cuba's anti-loafing law; full
employment. R. Hart. M 58:
6-7, May 7, '71.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN THE WEST INDIES
The Negro and the English language
in the West Indies. K. Ramchand.
S 1: 33-44, '70.
Notes on the teaching of English
language in the West Indies. J.
Figueroa. NWQ 2(4): 17-27, '66.


ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
See also
Conservation of Natural Resources.







ERIN, Trinidad
Community Development by vaps.;the
case of Erin. S. Craig. T 23:
9-11, Dec. 26, '71.
Erin project is a failure? S. Craig.
M 78: 5-9, Dec. 11, '71.

ESPINET, ADRIAN
Donald Pierre's agony in the spotlight.
T 4: 1, 5, Dec. 21, '69.
Honours and paquotille. NWQ 2(1):
19-22, '65.
Of humming birds and brass face.
T 2: 5, 8, Oct. 19, '69.
Plenty parties, plenty balls. T
5: 1, 8, Feb. 1, '70.
Tragedy of perception; a dissenting
view of the Camacho affair. T 4:
3, 6, Dec. 21, '69.
Whose side are you on? Reflections
from a secluded place. T 8: 8,
Aug. 9, '70.
___ and FARMER, JACQUES
Pussonal monarchy; the paradox of
power in Trinidad. T 3: 6, Nov.
16, '69.


EXECUTIVE POWER


See also
Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister -
Powers and duties.

EXPENDITURES, PUBLIC
See also
Budget.
Trinidad and Tobago Public
expenditures.

EXPORT-IMPORT TRADE
Some issues of trade policy in the
West Indies. A. McIntyre. NWQ
2(2): 1-20, '66.
Trinidad and Tobago
Economic reorganization ; proposals
before the February Revolution. T
20: 9-10, 15-18,Aug. 29, '71.

EXPRESS (newspaper)
Dear Diana, your slip is showing.
T 2(8): 11, Nov. 26, '72.
Express; a real mother fowl of a
"paper. M 90: 2, Mar. 10, '72.
Express in trouble. M 128: 8, Dec.
1, '72.
The Express missed the point... as
usual. M 82: 8, 11, Jan. 8, '72.
Express rope. M 96: 8, Apr. 14, '72.
Guardian and Express afraid. M 44:
12, Oct. 30, '70.
Guardian and Express. What principles
do they stand for? M 50: 3, Dec. 11,
'70.


'Ithink the Express is damn
impertinent. K. Bodie. M 108:
6, July 7, '72.
They are thinking at last, M 101:
5, May 19, '72.
See also
Wight, Benedict.






FANON, FRANTZ
My hope and hero. /Review of
The Damned/. 0. Patterson.
NWQ 2(3):_93-5, '66.
/Review of/ Studies in a dying
colonialism. I. Wallerstein.
NWQ 3(3): 76-7, '67.

FARIER, CLAVIN
Black intellectuals come to power
Zby/ I. Oxaal. /Review article/.
NWQ 5(4): 74-8, '72.

FARM PRODUCE
Marketing
Angry Navet farmers threaten
shortage. A. Harris. T 2(4):
12, Oct. 22, '72.

FARMER, JACQUES
Party paradise lost. T 2: 1-2.
Oct. 19, '69.
Pussonal monarchy. Pt. 2, The
paradox of power in Trinidad.
T 4: 4, Dec. 21, '69.
See also
Espinet, Adrian, jt. auth.

FEBRUARY REVOLUTION,1970,
(Trinidad and Tobago)
See Trinidad and Tobago -
February Revolution.

FESTIVALS
Trinidad and Tobago
San Fernando festival of arts.
M 125: 7, Nov. 10, '72.
See also
Divali.
Eid-ul-Fitr.
Music Festivals.

FICTION
See also
Barbadian fiction, Guyanese fiction
etc. ; Short Stories.







FICTION (continued)
also subhead Fiction under the
subject Slave Trade.

FIGUEROA, JOHN
Birthday poem. S 3/A: 137 Dec. '70/
Mar '71
Notes on the teaching of English in
the West Indies NWQ 2(4): 17-27,
'66.
Portrait of a Woman /poem/ S 3/4: 138-
q Dec '70/Mar '71.
The Winged Victory of Samothrace /poem/
S 3/4: 137-8, Dec '70/Mar '71.

FIGUEROA ROBERT
U.W.I. crisis goes on. D. Pantin.
T 2(12): 3, Dec 24 '72.

FINANCE
See also
Banks and Banking
Inflation
Money

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
See also
Banks and Banking

FIREARMS
Guns galore! Old, new, seethrough
SLR's; even dead guns among the fuzz.
M 97: 8, April 21, '72.

Laws and Regulations
Is Maraj privileged to carry two guns
and a rifle? M 45:1,Nov. 6, '70.


FISH INDUSTRY
Money sharks
fishermen.
ing all the
M 92: 3, 8,


preying on the ketch-ass
Big shot boat owner gett-
bread. 3. Millette.
Mar. 17, '72.


FITZPATRICK, MILES
Guyana: the corrup-rative Republic.
T 20: 21, Aug 29, '71.
New forces on the horizons. T 13:
3, Jan 31, '71.
Reflections on Cheddi iagan's auto-
biography, The West on Trial. /Review
article/ NWQ 3(3): 71-6, '67.
See also Decaires, David jt.
auth.

FLEMING, IAN
00? What of value? Ian Fleming
introduces Jamaica edited by M.
Cargill. /Reviewed by/ J. Carnegie.
NWQ 2(2): 79-82, '66.

FOLK IN LITERATURE
The folk in Caribbean Literature
G. Rohlehr. Pt.1., T 2(11): 7-8,
13-14, Dec. 17, '72; Pt.2, 2(12):
B-9, 15, Dec. 24, '72.


FOLK MUSIC, JAMAICAN
Criticism
Alli-luia was a lusty amen.
E. Le Gendre. T 29: 7, Aug.
13, '72.


FOLKLORE
Dr. Anancy and
T 11: 8, Nov.


the blue flies.
29, '70.


FOOD SUPPLY

Trinidad and Tobago
It's question time Mr. Milkers.
Rope talk of retrenchment only a
bluff. M 102: 6-7, May 26, '72.
Now it's rationing without revo-
lution, Ti2(,12): 1, Dec.24, '72.
Rice shortage coming. M 76: 9,
Nov. 27, '71.
28% Gov't. stalls on milk issue.
Call for Commission of inquiry.
M 103: 1, June 2, '72.

FOOTBALL
Bloodsoccers. Pt. 1, R. Baptiste.
T 12: 15, Dec. 20, '70; Pt. 2, 23:
15,Dec. 26, '71.
Can Maple beat Malvern at their own
game? T 2(8): 12, Nov. 26, '72.
A closer look at the Malvern failure.
K. Smith. T 2(12): 16, Dec. 24,'72.
Football league opens in Laventille.
T 2(5): 12, Nov. 5, '72.
Furness win League. T 2(12): 5,
Dec. 24, '72.
How South got past. R. Baptiste.
T 2(5): 9, Nov. 5, '72.
It's a Colt's Christmas. T 2(11):
20, Dec. 17, '72.
Laventille KO opens. T 2(9): 10,
Dec. 3, '72.
Maple's surprise FA victory. R.
Baptiste. T 2(12): 16, Dec.24,'72.
Mervina mix-up. R. Baptiste. T
T 2(9): 10, Dec. 3, '72.
NAU or AAA? A. Jones. M 20: 10,
Jan 16, '71.
North-South and a slow coach in
the slush. R.Baptiste. T 29:5,
Aug. 13, '72.
Now the boys come home to play.
T 28: 10, July 30, '72.
Santos and Pele come to Trinidad.
T 2(1): 18, Sept. 3, '72.
Soooner's fiohtinq spirit. K.
Smiths T 2(11): 20, Ded.17,'72.
Sports News. M 132: 9, Dec.29,'72.
Tunapuna 'cha cha cha' victory. R.
Baptiste. T 2(10): 12, Dec.10,'72.
The ungrateful lil black footballer.
M 118: 15, Sept. 22, '72.

FORDE, A.N.
Canes by the roadside /poem/ NWQ
3(1/2): 119, '67.







FORDE, AoN. (continued)
Peasant's hope for emancipation.
/Poem/. NWQ 3(1/2): 96, '67.
about
/Review of7 Newships; anthology of
West Indian Poems /ed. by/ D.G.Wilson:
Talk of the Tamarinds; anthology of
poetry: /ed. by/ A.N. Forde; A. Salkey.
M 67: 10, Aug. 20, '71.

FOREIGN AID. See Economic assistance.

FOREIGN EXPERTS IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
First Dumont, then Balogh, now a
Yankee expert to fix the elections.
nM43: 1, Oct. 23, '70._
/Letter to the Editor/. T 11: 8, Nov.
29, '70.
Professor Dumont has said nothing new.
M 42: 10, Oct. 16, '70.
Sixteen more scrunters. Is Slavery
back? M 126: 6, Nov. 17, '72.
Spinning top in mud... J. Millette.
M 42: 2, Oct. 16, '70.
Sugar: local problems, foreign solutions.
M 20: 6-7, Jan. 16, '70.

FOREIGN INVESTMENTS. See Investments,
Foreign.

FOREIGN RELATIONS. See subhead Foreign
relations under names of countries e.g.
Trinidad and Tobago Foreign relations.

FOREIGNERS. See Aliens.

FORSYTHE, DENNIS.
Charisma; West Indian style. T 2(7):
6-7, 11, Nov. 19, '72o
Prophets abroad; West Indian leader-
ship in America. T 2(5): 6-7, Nov.5,'72.
Roll call of the Negro intellectual; a
critique of the Crisis of the Negro
Intellectual /by/ H. Cruse. /Review
article/. NWQ 5(3): 61-6, '70.

FRANCIS, ALDWYN
Laventille. Ko Smith. T 19: 8, Aug. 15, '71.

FRANCIS, FITZ
Budget comment. T 12: 19, Dec. 20, '70.
The '69 budget in review. M 5: 2,4, Dec.
27, '68.
The Summit and the Bank. M 7: 4, Jan.
31, '69.

FRANCISCO, SLINGER
Calypso and politics. G. Rohlehr. M 73:
7-8, 14-18, Oct. 29, '71.
Sparrow and the language of calypso.
G. Rohlehr. S 1(2): 87-99, Sept. '70.

FRANCO, FRANCISCO
Spotlight on a dictator. M 129: 7, Dec. 8,
'72.


FRANCO, J3B.
As I see it... candid'comments on
people and events. M 43: 3, Oct. 23,
'70.

FRANK, CEDRIC
Confidence trick: how Williams
pulled off the budget debate. T 4:
I, 7, Dec. 21,,-'.69.

FRASER, ALFRED
John Coltrane is dead /poem/. S 3/4:
136, Dec. '70/Mar._'71.
Note for Rod Webb /poem/. S 3/4c
136, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.

FREDERICK, ARTHUR
Claxton Bay. T 26: 11, 14, May 7,
'72.

FREDERICK, BAYLISS
Open letter to Lord Bishop Abdulah.
M 43: 1-2, Oct. 23, '70.

about

Bayliss Frederick? M 37: 1, Sept.
11, '70.

FREEDOM, ACADEMIC. See Academic
freedom.

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
The Ministry of fear /Editorial/.
M 16: 2-3, July 4, '69.

See also

Academic freedom.
Freedom of the press.

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
Moko jumbie. LEditorial/. M 5: 2-3,
Dec. 27, '68.
Press freedom in jeopardy. M 34:
2, 4, Aug. 21, '70.

FRENCH, STANLEY
In orbit: a poem. NWQ 5(1/2): 59,
'69.
The harbour: a poem. NWQ 5(1/2): 59,
'69.
Soul scope: a poem. NWQ 5(1/2): 59,
'69.

FRENCH WEST INDIES. See West Indies,
French.

GAIRY, ERIC
Cocktail party circus. M. Beauregard.
T 22: 4, Nov. 7, '71.
Terror and spice: papadocracy in
true blue. M. Beauregard. T 10:
3, Nov. 1, '70.








GAMBLING
S million pools racket. M 120: 1,
Oct. 6, '72.
See also
Horseracing.
Lotteries.

GARCIA, PHILIP
We forgot ours: they remember their
own. M 105: 7, June 16, '72.

GARLAND, JOHN
Strategy for Irish Struggle. M 71:
5, 8, Oct. 8, '71.

GARVEY, MARCUS
Abeng, Moko and New World; a review.
No Girvan. NWQ 5(1/2): 1-4, '69.
Black power and the West Indies. N. White.
M 11: 4, Apr. 11, '69.
End of a decade, end of an era. Pt. 4,
M 22: 6-7, Feb. 13, '70.
Pioneers in American freedom. J. Clarke.
Pt. 4, NWQ 2(3): 71-3, '66.
Book Reviews
Garvey and black power LReview of/ _
Black Power and the Garvey Movement Lby/
J.G.Vincent. R.Hart. M 73: 9-11, Oct.
29, '71.
The significance of Garvey. LReview of
Black Moses by David Cronon_/. R.Bernal.
NUQ 5(4): 69-72, '72.

GAS, NATURAL
Trinidad and Tobago
Now for a new natural gas scheme. M.Dagga.
M 125: 9, Nov. 10, '72.
We are being gassed. M 127: 8, Nov.24,'72.

GATCLIFFE, THOMAS
The James Millette Column. J. Millette.
M 79: 3, Deco 18, '71o

GAY DESPERADOES STEEL BAND
That $20,000. Despers loan. T 7: 4,
Apr. 19, '70.

GENERATION GAP. See Conflict of
generations.

GENTLES, HUGH
Even' time Lshort story/. NWQ 2(2): 41-2,
'66.

GEORGE, CLEMMY
Time for our national calypso. M 130: 11,
Dec. 15, '72.

GHAMBA, JAIME
The problem of African development.
M 70: 5, 8, Oct. 1, '71.


GIBBES, MICHAEL
/Review of/ Beyond a boundary /by/
C.L.R.James. T 5: 6, Feb.1, '70o

GIRVAN, NORMAN
Abeng, Moko and New World; a review
NWQ 5(1/2): 1g4, '69.
After Rodney; the politics of student
protest in Jamaica. NWQ 4(3):59-68,'68
Bauxite: Guinea will own her own.M4:1
1, Dec. 13, '68.
Bauxite; why we need to nationalize and
how to do it.NWP No.6,Mar.'71,24p.
The denationalization of Caribbean
bauxite, Alcoa in GuyanaoNWQ 5(3):
35-48, '70.
The Guyana Alcan conflict and the
Nationalization of Demba. NWQ 5(4);
38-49, '72o
/Letter to the Editor/. T 5: 4, Feb.
1, '70.
New World group reports. NWQ 4(3):
1-5, '68.
___ and JEFFERSON, OWEN
Corporate vs. Caribbean integration.
NWQ 4(2): 45-56, '68B
about
/Letter to the Editor/. Mo Alleyne.
T 8: 7-8, Aug. 9, '70.
GODDARD, GEORGE
Goddard on steel-band. M 112:
8-9, Aug. 4, '72.
I am interested in politics, says
Goddard. M 112: 15, Aug. 4, '72.
Open letter to Crichlow. M 77: 15,
Dec. 4, '71.
Time to beat a new tune. T 2(9):
11, Dec. 3, '72.

GOLDSMITH, SHEILAH
Two poems. NWQ 5(4): 37, '72.

GOLF
Trinidad and Tobago
Cipriani's protest over a proposed
golf course was filled with an
indignant wrath as applicable today
as it was yesterday. M 114: 9,
Aug. 25, '72.

GOMES, ALBERT
Federation and after. JoMordecai.
NWQ 3(1/2): 87-96, '67,
The folk in Caribbean Literature.
Pt. 1, G. Rohlehr. T 2(11): 7-8,
13-14, Dec. 17, '72.

GOOL, NESHARD
A real alternative. /Short story/.
NWQ 3(4): 37-40, '67.
To Harris with love. /Review of/
The Eye of the Scarecrow Lby/ W.
Harris. NWQ 3(4): 73-5, '67.








GORRINGE, HENRY HONEYCHURCH
On Barbadians and minding other
people's business. R. Moore.
NWQ 3(1/2): 69-75, '67.

GOVEIA, ELSA
Small societies in transition;
past history and present planning in
the West Indies. NWQ 2(1): 71-9, '65.
The social framework. S 2: 7-15, Sept.
'70.
about
Plantation legacy. /Review of/ Slave
society in the British Leeward Islands
at the end of the eighteenth century.
H. Aptheker. NWQ 3(3): 82-3, '67.

GOVERNMENT, LOCAL. See Local Government.

GOVERNMENT, RESISTANCE TO
Civil disobedience: is DAC /Democratic
ActionCommittee,, Trinidad and
Tobago_/ serious? M 96: 1, 12, Apr.
14, '72.

GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING
An irresponsible government. J. Millette.
M 78: 3, Dec. 11, '71.

GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS
Trinidad and Tobago
What is gov't policy on mass media?
L. Grant. T 2(10): 1-2, Dec. 10, '72.

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS. See Contracts,
Government

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES. See Civil Service;
Trade Unions Government Employees.

GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATIONS
Trinidad and Tobago
The beauty probe: zero. M 101: 5,
May 19, '72.
Call that George. M 13: 3, Apr. 25,
'69.
Commissions for so; cocoa and sugar.
M 72: 6, Oct. 22, '71.
Contracts, kickbacks: probe MP's.
/Editorial/. M 87: 4, Feb. 12, '72.
The crumbs from the table. D. Mahabir.
M 42:9, Oct. 16, '70.
Gov't by probe. D. Pantin. T 2(10):
5, Dec. 10, '72.
A lot of hanky-panky in showbiz.
/Editorial/. M 95: 4 Apr. 7 '72.
Our bogus commissions. 3. Douglas.
M 71: 4, Oct. 8, 71.
Prices and Commission. E. Lewis. M
8:4, Feb 14, '69.


GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP

Chile
Nationalization in Chile. M 72:
4-5, Oct. 22, '71.
Trinidad and Tobago
Another oil swindle. 3. Millette.
M 131:3, Dec. 22, '72.
Public ownership? Ha! Ha! 28 per-
centers say: we PNM own all. 3.
Millette. M 93:3,9, Mar. 29, '72.
That Caroni deal? With reply. P.
Nunez. M 32: 1,7, Aug. 7, '70.
Reply 33:2, Aug. 14, '70.
Winning the war. J. MIllette.
M 29:1-2, 11-12; July 17, '70.

Zambia
Nationalization and management in
Zambia. P. Semonin. NWQ 5(3):
1-8, '70.

GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF BAUXITE
See Bauxite Industry -
Government ownership.

GOVERNMENT PARTICIPATION IN INDUSTRY
See also
Government ownership
Localization
Guyana
Meaningful participation; the ,
fraud of it. C. Thomas. M 55:6-7,
9, Feb. 12, '71o /Reprinted from
Ratoon Occasional Paper No.__/.

Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Gas, Natural.


GRADUATES, UNIVERSITY.
sity Graduates.


See Univer-


GRADUSSOV, ALEX
Aims of education in Jamaica.
2(4): 33-8, '66.


GRANT, CEDRIC
The ci'ltiiral factor
/British Hondutae/
3(4):53-5, '67.


in B.H.
politics. NWQ


GRANT, LENNOX
Andre Tanker's come back home. T 2
(12): 4, 13, Dec. 24, '72.
CGA fires 200; job crisis in Laven-
tille. T 26:1,16, Mar 7, '72.
Gov't agent offer~ bribe to UWI
janitor; Special Branch snooping
on students. T 2N5):3, Nov. 5. '72-
The inside story from behind God
back. T 2T12): 2, Dec.31, '72.


NWQ








GRANT, LENNOX (continued)
Judgement day a-coming. T 24:
6, 11, Feb. 27, '72o
Labour unrest: OWTU faces challenge.
T 18: 7-8, July 25, '71.
Lasalle and Shah talk to the press.
T 29: 8, Aug. 13, '72.
The last embrace. T 21: 12, Oct.
3, '71.
The mighty stereo; for some the sound
of music is sound business. T 2(11):
10-12, Dec. 17, '72.
Now that we're weekly. T 2(5): 1,
Nov. 5, '72.
PNM loves me; Chalky's tune for '72.
T 2(8): 11, Nov. 26, '72.
Police raid Blackpool; harassment of
community work in Tunapuna. T 24:
5, Feb. 27, '72.
SLR wedding or how Bernard tried to
protect police 'honour'. T 28:
11, July 30, '72o
Tapia in bound volumes: a review.
T 25: 14, Apro 2, '72.
U.S. Panthers set Prairie afire.
T 26: 6, May 7, '72.
What is gov't policy on mass media?
T 2(10): 1-2, Dec. 10, '72.
Who is my brother? T 21: 6-7, Oct.
3, '71.
You know who paid for that $2m Barclays
computer? T 29: 3, Aug. 13, '72.

GRAY, CECIL
Caribbean journal; Eagles of the sky.
/Poems/. S 3/4: 35-6, Dec.70/Mar.'71.

GREAT BRITAIN
See also subhead Great Britain
under the following subjects:
Black power.
Education.
Economic relations
European Economic Community
Britain's entry in the Common market.
M 43: 3, Oct. 23, '70.
Foreign Relations
Monkey see, monkey do. M 11: 2-3,
Mar. 28, '69.
Rhodesia
Britain and the Rhodesian rebellion.
V. Lewis. NWQ 4(3): 41-54, '68.
South Africa
The British interest in South Africa.
M 45: 8, Nov. 6, '70.
Race question
/Letter to the Editor/. J. Wahtuse.
M 12: 4, Apr. 11, '69.

GRENADA
Book Reviews
/Review of/ Bitter-Sweet and Spice Lby/


F.M. Coard. A. Salkey. M 63: 9,
June 25, '71.
Constitution
Three cases of constitutionalism and
cuckoo politics: Ceylon, British
Guiana and Grenada. A. Singham.
NWQ 2(1): 23-33, '65.
Exhibitions
Grenada; a wasteland. M 11: 3, Mar.
28, '69.
Government and Politics
Cocktail party circus. M. Beauregard.
T 22: 4, Nov. 7, '71.
Crisis deepens in Grenada. T 26: 13,
May 7, '72.
Grenada; Gairy's Isle of Spice. T
21: 10, Oct. 3, '71.
Grenada, sweet Grenada! Watch out
uncle. M 127: 9, Nov. 24, '72.
Grenada; a wasteland. M 11: 3, Mar.
28, '69.
Terror and spice: papadocracy in
true-blue. M. Beauregard. T 10: 3,
Nov. 1, '70.
A victory in Grenada. M 65: 10,
July 23, '71.
Book Reviews
/Review of/ the hero and the crowd
in a colonial polity /by/ A. Sing-
ham. B. Ince. NWQ 5(3): 67-71, '70.
Social Conditions
Grenada. A. Johnson. M 128: 15,
Dec. 1, '72.

GREY, CECIL
/Review of/ Language for living /by/
Cecil Grey; Joan Barker. M 69: 11,
Sept. 24, '71.

GROUPS, (sociology)

See also
Community groups.
Pressure groups.

GUADELOUPE
See also
West Indies, French.

GUATEMALA
Military advisors in Guatemala. B.
Bonpane. NWQ 4(2): 11-15, '68.

GUAYAGUAYARE, Trinidad
East coast rebellion brewing; discon-
tent over Amoco $1200m project. T
2(4): 1, 12, Oct. 22, '72.
Tapia round the country, Guayaguayare,
Mayaro. LEditorial/. T 2(11):
2, Dec. 17, '72.








GUDMUNDSON, SHIRLEY
Independence and the middle man.
NWQ 3(1/2): 114--6, '67.

GUERILLAS
Latin America
The Tupamaros are doing it their way.
M 54: 3, 11; Jan. 29, '71.

GUERIN, VERNE
To Africa /poem/. T 18: 5, July 25,
'71.

GUILLEN, NICHOLAS
Ballad of my two grand fathers. /poemj/.
tr. by G.R. Coulthard. NWQ 2(3):
69, '66.
Ballad of the river sprites. /poem!/.
tr. by G.R. Coulthard. NWQ 2(3):
70, '66. _
Elegy. /poem/. tr. by G.R. Coulthard.
NWQ 2(3j: 74, '66.
I have /poem/. tr. by G0 Irish. S
3/4: 110-11,, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
My name. /poem/. tr. by G.R.
Coulthard. S 3/4: 113-15, Dec. '70/
Mar. '71.
Son numero 6 /poem/. tr. by G. Irish.
S 3/4: 111-12, Dec. '70/ Mar. '71.

GUY, HENRY _
/Review o_/ Men in prison. R. Macken-
7ie. NWQ 2(3): 75-8, '66.

GUY, MAGNUS
The Elections and Boundaries Commission.
who are they fooling? M 51:23, Dec.
25, '70.
Elections may be sooner. M 43: 7, Oct.
23, '70.
Tobago east constituency; polling di-
vision 4976. M 48: 12, Nov. 27, '70.

GUYANA
See also
Bauxite Industry Government Ownership.
also subhead Guyana under the
following subjects:
Afro-Indian Relations
Black power
Corporations,, International
Education
Elections
Book Reviews
/Review of/ British Guiana Lb/ R.T.
Smith. C.Y. Thomas. NUQ ZJ/:87-96,
Mar. '63.
Constitution
/Editoria./. M 23: 3, Feb. 27, '70.
Guyana; republic? M 23: 6-7, Feb. 27,
'70.
Three cases of con'ti'tutionali'sm and
cuckoo politics; Ceylon, British


Guiana and Grenada. A. Singham.
NWQ 2(1): 23-33, '65.
Working notes towards the unifi-
cation of Guyana. Pts. 1-8. NWQ
,Zl i 181, Mar. '63.
Constitutional history
Masses in action. W. Rodney.
NUQ 2(3): 30-7, '66.
Development plans
Manpower implications in Guyana's
(1966-72) development programme.
K. Bacchus. NWQ 2(4): 39-48, '66.
Economic policy
Working notes towards the unifi-
cation of Guyana. Pts. 1-8. 'NW`Q
/T/: 1-81, Mar. '63.
Foreign Relations
Venezuela
Rupununi. M 8: 3, Feb. 14, '69.
Government and politics
Decolonization. Yeah! Yeah! M
17: 3, June 20, '69.
/Editorial/. M :233 Feb.: 27, '70.
From Georgetown to Lusaka.
Burnham's black power hoax. "R.
Hoolasie.'M 50:49,, Dec. 11, '70.
Gangster-rule, American style.
T 22: 9, Nov, 7, '71.
Guyana Gov't estate overgrown.
M"1291ll, Dec. 8, "72.
Guyana: the Corrup-rative Repub-
lic. M. Fitzpatrick. T 20:21,
Aug- '29, '71.
Guyana: What prospect? M 3: 2,4,
Nov. 29, 68.
Jobs for the party boys. B.
Samaroo. T 16:6-7, May 23, '71.
Mokojumbie /Editorial/. M 6: 2-3,
Jan. 17, '69.
Mokojumbie /Editorial/. Moko after
six months. M 12:3, Apr. 11, '69.
New forces on the horizons. M.
Fitzpatrick. T 13:3, Jan. 31, '71.
P.P.P. raps Burnham. M 110: 8,
July 21, '72.
Regional integration. D. Decaires.
NWQ /1/: 82-6, Mar. '63.
Twenty years of politics in our
land. D. Decaires and M. Fitz"
patrick'.-NWQ 2(3)i39-45, '66.
Working notes towards the unifi-
cation of Guyana. Pts. 1-8. NWQ
,Z./:1-81, Mnro '63.
See also
Burnham, Forbes
Jagan, Cheddi.
History
A birth of freedom. S. King.
NWQ'2(3):22-7, '66.








GUYANA
History
End of a decade, end of an era. Pt. 5
3. Millette. M 23: 2, 11, Feb. 27,
'70.
Masses in action. W. Rodney. NWQ
2(3): 30-7, '66.
Working notes towards the unification
of Guyana. Pts. 1-8. NWQ '/7: 1-81,
Mar. '63.
GUYANA. UNIVERSITY
Brutal shooting of University lecturer.
M 71:12, Oct. 8, '71.
Gangster-rule, American style. T 22:9,
Nov. 7, '71.
Guyana: the Corrup-rative Republic.
M. Fitzpatrick. T 20-:21, Aug. 29, '71.

GUYANESE FICTION
See also
Williams, N.

Criticism
Carew, Jan
Dathorne, O.R.
Harris, Wilson
Mittleholzer, Edgar
Walrond, Eric.

GUYANESE LITERATURE
See also
Guyanese Fiction
Guyanese Poetry.


GUYANESE POETRY
See also
Carter, Martin
Craig Dennis
Matthews, Mark.


Political crisis in Haiti. G. La
Tortue. NWQ 3(3):'45-50, '67.
The thirteen years of Papa Doc. M
74: 6-7, Nov. 13, '71.
Social Conditions
'People and quality of life. L.
Liverpool. T 2(4): 6-7, Oct. 22,
'72. ZExtract of report on visit
by L.'Liverpool of New College,
Sarasota, Florida/.

HAITIAN LITERATURE


Haitian-literature; a
identity.. M..Dash. S
June '71..


search for
5: 81-94,


HALE- WILLIAMS, DANIEL
Negro surgeon who was first to oper-
ate on human heart". M 108: 8-9,
July 7, '72.


HALL, DOUGLAS
The colonial legacy in
4 (3): 7-22, '68.
Thinking of security.
13, '68.


Jamaica. NWQ

M 4:4, Dec.


HALL, NEVILLE
Chile, the making of a precedent.
Latin America: conventions confoun-
ded. M 45: 6-7, Nov. 6 '70.
The church and change in Latin
America. M 46': 2-3, Nov. 13 '70.

HALL, PRINCE
On Barbadians and minding other peo-
'plels business. R. Moore. NWQ 3
(1/2): 69-75, '67.
Pioneers in American freedom.
3. Clarke. NWQ 2(3): 71-3, '66.


HAMILTON,
Gan-Gan.
165-70,


NORMA
/Extract from
Dec. '70/Mar.


Noveli/.
'71.


S 3/4:


HATT. See Housewives Association of
Trinidad and Tobago.

HACKETT, WINSTON
Identity in the poetry of Walcott.
M 8:2, Feb. 14, '69.
The writer and society- M 4: 4, Dec.
11, '68.

HAITI
Bibliography
Writings about Haiti: D. Nichols.
NWQ 5(1/2): 77-80, '69.
Government and Politics
Haiti sells out to oil interests. T
28:9, July 30, !72.
Inside Haiti today. T 2(4): 6-7, Oct.
22, '72.


HAROLD, C.B.
The sugar question
NWQ 5(1/2): 52-4,


and New World.
'69.


HARPER, SALLY
Spoil the rod, and spare
T 6: 5-6, Mar. 8, '70.

HARRIETTE, VIBERT
/Letter to the Editor/.
Oct. 2, '70.


HARRIPAUL, LESLIE
Who's afraid of Harripaul?
Oct. 20, '72.


the child.



M 40: 2,


M 122: 1,


HARRIS, ALLAN
Angry Navet farmers threaten short-
age. t 2(4): 12, Oct.'22, '72.








HARRIS, ALLAN (continued)
The Indian Heritage; the ancestral
homeland; religious legacy. T 2(1):
10, Sept. 3, '72.

HARRIS, WILSON
The mouse on the trail /poem./. NWQ
2(3): 45, '66.
Sun poem XV /poem/. NWQ 2(3): 54, '66.
about
Caribbean poetry in English; some
problems. L. James. S 1(2): 78-86,
Sept. '70.
The dislocated image. LReview article/
K. Ramchand. NWQ 2(3): 107-10, '66.
The necessity of_poetry. L. James.
/Review article/. NWQ 2(3): 111-15, '66.
The sieve of tradition. /Review of
Ascent to Owai by W. Harris/. A. Salkey.
M 46: 9, Nov. 13, '70.
To Harris with love. /A review of/ The
Eye of the Scarecrow. G. Reshard. NWQ
3(4): 73-5, '67.

HARRISON COLLEGE, Barbados
Harrisoh College and me. A. Clarke.
NWQ 3(1/2): 31-4, '67.

HART, RICHARD
Garvey and black power. /Review o0f/
Black Power and the Garvey Movement
/by/J.G. Vincent. M 73: 9-11, Oct.29,'71.

HARVESTING MACHINERY
Machine to aid pigeon pea harvesting.
T 28: 5, July 30, '72.

HASFAL, FRANK. See Wint, Pamela, jt.auth.

HAZO, SAMUEL
The last minute of Hart Crane. /poem7/.
NWQ 2(4): 56-7, '66.

HEADLEY, OLIVER and SPRINGER-, BASIL
Solar energy; new prospects for count-
ries. T 2(5): 2, 10, Nov. 5, '72.

HEADS OF WEST INDIAN GOVERNMENTS

Conferences

See Caribbean Area Heads of
Governments Conferences.

HEARNE, JOHN
Slave ship. S 3/4: 52-9, Dec. '70/
Mar. '71.
What the Barbadian means to me.
NWQ 3(1/2): 6-9, '67.


HEASEN, MATTHEW
First mortal to stand on World's top!.
No. 7 in Great Negro Stories. M 113:
8-9, 13, Aug. 11, '72.


HELPS, ALTHEA. See Wint, Po jtauth.

*HENDRIKS, A.L. -
Michaela. /Poem/. S 3/4: 145, Dec.
'70/Mar. '71.

HIGHER EDUCATION. See Education,
Higher.

HILLS, THEO
The poor man and his land. NWQ
3(1/2): 110-13, '67.

HILTON HOTEL (Trinidad and Tobago)
Horrors for so at Hilton Hotel;
Bressler vs Beddoe. M 122: 8,
Oct. 20, '72.
Who's afraid of Harripaul? M 122:
1, Oct. 20, '72.

HINDUS
Trinidad and Tobago


Bringing Hindus
/Letter to the
kissoon. M 92:


here together.
Editor/. H. Ram-
10, Mar. 17, '72.


See also
Divali.

HISTORY
See also
Literature and history
also subhead History under
names of countries e.g. Trinidad
and Tobago History.

HOCHOY, Sir SOLOMON
At home with Sir Solo. M 118:
7, Sept. 22, '72.
That big $600,000. Independence
fiasco. M 116: 8-9, Sept.8, '72.

.HODGE, MERLE
In the name of the doctor. T 19:
1, Aug. 15, '71.
Peeping Tom in the nigger yard.
/Review of Minty Alley. by C.L.
R. James/. T 25: 11-12, Apr. 2,
'72.
Towards a Caribbean-Afro-American
Consciousness... T 21: 9, Oct.
3 '71.
HO LUNG, RICHARD_
Desert images./poem/.S 3/4:84,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Mek dream tek yuh life. /poem/.
S 3/4:83, Dec. '70/Mar. 71.

HOOLASIE, RONALD
The Andean Group; pattern for
Carifta. M 67: 2, 10, Aug. 20,
'71.
From Georgetown to Lusaka.
Burnham's black power hoax.
M 50: 4, 9, Dec. 11, '70.








HOPKINSON, SLADE
The madwoman of Pepine. / poem/. T 8:
6, Aug. 9, '70.

HORSE RACING
Horses gambling with men; big racing
racket. M 126:5, Nov. 17, '72.

HOSPITALS
Trinidad and Tobago
Brush with death at the killer
hospital. M 92:4, Mar. 17, '72.
Death of a poor man. M 116:13, Sept.
8, '72.
Ordeal of a hospital patient. M 120:
7, 10, Oct. 6, '72.
Problems at the hospital. M 103:11,
June 2, '72.

HOSTEN, JENNIFER
Congratulations to Miss World. M 48:
11, Nov. 27, '70.

HOTELS
See also
Chagacabana, Trinidad.
Hilton Hotel, Trinidad.

HOURS OF LABOUR
Trinidad and Tobago
They want to work longer hours. A.
Tang Chow. M 118:14, Sept. 22, '72.

HOUSEWIVES' ASSOCIATION OF TRINIDAD
AND TOBAGO
HATT expose detergent hoax. M 84:12,
Jan. 22, '72.
HATT's forum on pr ces disappoints
but their $2.25 lunch impressed.
M 109:8,9, July 14, '72.
HATT says No to P.M. M 110:1, July
21, '72.
HATT to discuss three key topics.
M 107:4, June 30, '72.
Housewives. M 106:11, June 23, '72.
How to get milk value for money. T
28:3, July 30, '72.

HOUSING
Rates
House rates war: will the middle
class retreat? Lo Carballo. M.
97:10, Apr. 21, '72.
The politics of P-of-S house rates.
M. 97:7, Apr. 21, '72o
Trinidad and Tobago
Economic reorganization; proposals
before the February Revolution. T
20:9-10,15-18, Aug. 29, '71.
New targets for our nation. (Speech
delivered at Woodford Square, April
12, 1970). J. Millette. M 27:5-9,
May 15, '70.


The problems. T 1:4, Sept. 28, '69.
Solutions: emancipation of national
enterprise. T 2:7, Oct. 19, '69.
UNIP's policy for Black Reconstruc-
tion. M 28:6-7, July 3, '70; 46:
6-7, Nov. 20, '70.


HUDSON-PHILLIPS, KARL
Brass face Karl, pay yo' taxes. M
111:10, July 28, '72.
Conscience vs Loyalty. /Letter to
the Editor/. M 38:2, Sept. 18,
'70.
In fashion: two-dimensional men,
ANR and Hudson. D. Solomon. T9:
9,11, Sept. 28, '70.
Inside info /Karl Hudson-Phillips':
trip to Switzerland/. M 118:5,
Sept. 22, '72.
Judgement day a-coming. L. Grant.
T 24:6,11, Feb. 27, '72.
New left on the right. LEditorial/.
T 6:2, Mar. 8, '70.
Oh God, Karl, you ent have no
shame? /Editorial/. M 93:4, Mar.
25, '72.
Plenty parties, plenty balls. A.
Espinet. T 5:1,8, Feb. 1, '70.
Power play in PNM: Karl loses
another case. M 111:1, July 28,
'72.
A revolution from the right? G.
Bowrin. M 74:4-5,8, Nov. 13, '71.
The tragedy of Mr. Karl Hudson-
Phillips. V. Pierce. M 38:9, Sept.
18, '70.
Well, we ent fraid Karl. /Editor-
ialj/. T 24:1,16, Feb. 27, '72.


HUGGINS AND COMPANY (Trinidad and
Tobago)
Huggins takeover. M 106:16, June
23, '72.

HUGGINS, DUDLEY
Exit Dud and Phil. LEditorial/.
M 12:2, Apr. 11, '69.

HUGGINS, GEORGE
The French West Indies today. M 11:
2-3, Mar. 28, '69.

HUMANITIES
Study and teaching
The humanities or the dehumanities?
L. King. M 7:3, Jan. 31, '69.


HUMPHREY, JOHN
Humphrey quits from CDC.
Apr. 28, '72.


M 98:7,


HUNTE, KEITH
Duncan O'Neale: apostle of freedom.
NWQ 3(1/2):84-6, '67.








HUTCHINSON, LIONEL
Cbnrad Reeves; a kind of perfection
NWQ 3(1/2): 62-7, '67.

HYATALI, Sir ISAAC
Mr. Hyatali and revolution. S.Lowhar.
T 12: 14, Dec.20, '70.
Hyatali moves up in the C.J. stakes
now. M 98: 11, Apr. 28, '72.
Hyatali: odds on favorite. Gates
fly open for Chief Justice stakes.
P.Nunez. M 77: 3, Dec. 4, '71.
Hyatali speaks. M 93: 12, Mar.24,'72.
Hyatali...in C.J. robes. M 77: 1-2,
Dec. 4, '71.
Lawyers expose Hyatali. LLetter to
Justice Hyatall/. M 104: 2, June
9, '72.








IRA. See Industrial Relations Act.


IBRAHIM, MUJID
New boss for WASA.
8, '72.


M 116: 16, Sept.


IDENTITY
Cultural variety and personal
T. Ramsaran. S 5: 23-5, June
The tyranny of concepts. J.La
M 73: 20-2, Oct. 29, '71.


identity.
'71.
Guerre.


IDENTITY IN LITERATURE
Forward. E.Brathwaite. S 3/4: 5-9,
Dec. '70/Mar.'71.
Identity in the poetry of Walcott.
W.Hackett. M 8: 2, Feb. 14, '69.
Haitian literature; a search for iden-
tity. M.Dash. S 5: 81-94, June '71.

IDEOLOGY
Black power and the music of resistance.
/Review of 'The Black Man in the Carib-
bean' by B. Riviera/. T 26: 3, 7,
May 7, '72.
If we're going to unite we can't confuse
tactics with ideology. J.Millette. M 84:
3, Jan. 22, '72.

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION
Trinidad and Tobago
The problems. T 1: 4, 7, Sept. 28, '69.

IMMIGRATION LAW


Jamaica

The Jamaica Commonwealth Immigration
Bill. H. Small. M 7: 2, Jan. 13, '69.


IMPERIALISM
Archbishop raps money-gods. J. Mil-
lette. M 132: 3, Dec. 29, '72.
The colonial legacy in Jamaica. D.
Hall. NWQ 4(3): 7-22, '68.
Doctrines of imperial responsibility
J.Millette. NWQ 2(3): 79-85,'66.
LEditorial/. NWQ 2(1): 1-2, '65.
End of a decade, end of an era.
Pt.-1, J.Millette. M 19: 8, Dec.
22, '69.
Independent thought and Caribbean
freedom. L.Best. NUQ 3(4): 13-34,
'67.
Monkey see, monkey do. M 11:2-3,
Mar. 28, '69.
The nature of U.S.imperialism.
M 77: 6,11, Dec. 4, '71.
The struggle for freedom; a story
of contemporary Barbados. G.Lewis.
NUWQ 3(1/2): 14-29, '67.
Three cases of constitutionalism
and cuckoo politics: Ceylon, Bri-
tish Guiana and Grenada. A.Sing-
ham. NWQ 2(1): 23-33, '65.
Tito P. Achong vs Eric Williams.
/Review of Mayor's Annual Report,
1943/. J.Millette. M 53: 6-7, 9,
Jan. 15, '71.
University boiling pot.L.Best. T
2: 1-3, 6, Oct. 19, '69.
We are being gassed. M 127: 8,
Nov. 24, '72.
Wholesale plunder of Third World
art. T 2(12): 14, Dec.24, '72.
Yanks are using local businessmen
as lackeys. M 72: 8,0cto22,'71.
Book Reviews
Reflections on Cheddi Jagan's auto-
biography. The West on Trial. M.
Fitzpatrick. /Review article/ NWQ
3(3): 71-6, '67.

IMPORT-EXPORT TRADE. See Export-
import Trade.

IMPORT QUOTAS
Trinidad and Tobago
Cosmetic row brewing. M 84: 2,
Jan. 22, '72.

IMPORTS, RESTRICTION OF. See Import
quotes.

INCE, BASIL
The hero and the crowd in a colo-
nial polity. /Review__of Hero and
the Crowd, A.Singham/. NWQ 5(3):
67-71, '70.
The limits of Caribbean diplomacy:
the invasion of Anguilla. NWQ 5(3):
48-57, '70.

INDEPENDENCE, POLITICAL
See Self-determination, National.









INDEPENDENT TRADE UNION ADVISORY
COUNCIL (Jamaica)
New Jamaican union,-(ITAC) forges
ahead. M 77: 4,,Dec. 4, '71.
Price increase will not help sugar.
M 80: 2, Dec 23, '71.

INDIANS (East Indians). See. East
East Indians

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
(Trinidad and Tobago)

Cowboy lack's is a greater tragedy.
J. Millette. M 104: 3, June 9, '72.
See also
Primus, Bernard.

INDUSTRIAL LAWS AND LEGISLATION
Trinidad and Tobago
Labour relations after World War
I. Trinidad's first industrial
Court: some reflections on the
labour situation after World War
I. M 19: 4-5, Dec. 22, '69.
PNM putting personal before national
good. 3. Millette. M 112: 3, 11,
Aug. 4, '72.
Restructuring the Trinidad economy.
S. Ryan. NWQ 4(4): 7-23, '68.
See also
Industrial Relations Act
Indsutrial Stabilization Act.

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT
Trinidad and Tobago
Bad management blamed for labour
difficulties. M 112: 8-9, Aug.
4, '72.

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Trinidad and Tobago
Big power plot by businessmen. M
124: 10, Nov. 3, '72.
Chaos in industry. M 61: 8, June
11, '71.
CGA fires 200; job crisis in Laven-
tille. T 26: 1, 16, May 7, '72.
From unrest to unrest. T 27: 3, 12,
May 18, '72.
It's question time Mr. Milkers; Rope
talk -of retrenchment only a bluff.
M 102: 6-7, May 26, '72. -
Just a lot of rubber talk. /Editorial/.
T 18: 2, July 25, '71.
The oppressors and the oppressed. J.
Millette. M 64: 8, July 16, '71.
Reply. 67:4, Aug. 20, '71.
Repeal the government. T 26: 1,
May 7, '72.
Trinidata tries a slavery smartness.
M 97: 2, Apr. 21, '72.


Labour relations after World War I.
Trinidad's first industrial court:
Some reflections on the labour sit-
uation after'World War I. M 19: 4-
5, Dec.. 2 '69.
See also
Labour disputes
Strikes
Trade Unions.

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ACT, 1971
(Trinidad and .Tobagg).

A conversation with Joe Young. T 27:
5, May 18, '72.
:Guardian' for IRA. Moko Against!
M 113: 10, Aug. 11t '72.
Hilton strike proves IRA a paper
tiger. M^120: 11, 06t. 6, '72.
The IRA: a heinous attack on the work-
ing classes. J. Millette. M 98: 3-4,
Apr. 28, '72.
IRA is no different from ISA; new
labour law takes power from court to
give to minister. G. Bowrin. M 80:
6-8, Dec. 23, '71.
IRA only 'taps' for dead horse. M
112: 16, Aug. 4, '72.
IRA reflects PM's traditional distrust
of workers. M 104: 6, June 9, '72.
IRA; worldwide conspiracy. M 106: 2
12, June 23, '72.
NJAC join fight. M 100: 11, May 12,
'72.
PNM anti-labour. M 127: 8, Nov. 24,
'72.
Progressive trade unions condemn IRA.
M 70: 4, 10, Oct. 1, '71.
Repression Day is today. P. Nunez.
M 104: 16, June 9, '72.
Trinago workers dump IRA. M 129: 14,
Dec. 8, '72.
UNIP: IRA is a destructive force. M
104: 8-9, June 9, '72.
Why the government needs the IRA. T
27: 6-7, May 18, '72.
See also
Industrial Stabilization Act, 1965.

INDUSTRIAL STABILIZATION ACT, 1965
(Trinidad and Tobago).

Asking the impossible; bus strike
and the ISA. M 15: 4, May 23, '69.
The Bus workers strike; labour must
show the way. M 13: 1,3, Apr. 25, '69.
Chaguaramas to slavery. L.Best. NWQ
2(1): 43-70, '65.
Demonstration. M 12: 1, Apr. 11, '69.
ISA; all fall down. 3. Millette. MS,
May 2, '69.
The ISA must go because.... M 25:
7, Apr. 10, '70.








INDUSTRIAL STABILIZATION ACT, 1965,
Trinidad and Tobago,(continued)


Joe Young speaks. M 13: 3, Apr. 25, '69.
Pussonal monarchy. Pt. 2. The paradox
of power in Trinidad. J. Farmer. T 4:
4, Dec. 21, '69.
Restructuring the Trinidad economy. S.
Ryan. NWQ 4(4): 7-23, '68.

INDUSTRIALIZATION
See also subhead
Industrialization under the following
subjects:
Damaica
Trinidad and Tobago.

INDUSTRIES

Pioneer Status
/Letters to the Editor/. M 28: 8, July
3, '70.
Steal mill any price. E. Elias. T
6:1, 8, Mar. 8, '70. Reply.. L. Sugar
7: 5, Apr. 19, '70.
Trinidad and Tobago
The 'Butter oil' scheme. T 28: 5, July
30, '72.
The Caribbean Free Trade Association:
the West Indies at the cross roads.
J. Millette. NWQ 4 (4): 32-47, '68.
Coitus interruptus; a merger frustrated.
E. Elias. T 7: 5-6, Apr. 19, '70.
Economic reorganization; proposals before
the February RRvolution. T 20: 9-10,
15-18, Aug. 29, '71.

INDUSTRY AND STATE
See also
Government ownership
Government participation in industry
Industrial Laws and Legislations

INFLATION (finance)

Trinidad and Tobago
Brother rap. M 110: 13, July 21,
'72.
The falling value of our dollar. E.
St. Cyr. T 2(13): 7, Dec. 31, '72.
Inflation coming; panic in gov't camp,
no goods in shops. M 78: 12, Dec. 11.,
'71.
Price control for so. M 68: 1, Sept.
10- '71.
Why the cost of living rising so? E.
St. Cyr. T 2(13) 11-12, Dec. 31, '72..

INSURANCE
Trinidad and Tobago
Insurance racket. M 129: 2, Dec. 8,
'72-


Thievery by insurance companies.
Crook.:; reject $40,000. damage
claim. M 105: 4, June 16, '72.

INSURANCE, AUTOMOBILE
Trinidad and Tobago
PNM putting personal before national
good. J. Millette. M 112: 3, 11,
Aug. 4, '72.

INSURANCE, SOCIAL
Trinidad and Tobago
The Insurance Scheme. P.C. Nunez.
M 78: 1, Dec. 11, '71.
National insecurity. L. Best.Pt.1,
T 5: 3, Feb., '70; Pt. 2, 6:3, Mar.
8, '70;Pt.3, 7: 3, Apr. 19, '70.
National insurance. P. Nunez.
M 74: 2, 8, Nov. 13, '71.
NIS: judgement day will come soon.
P. Nunez. M 96: 2, Apr. 14, '72.
See also
Pensions.

INTELLECTUALS
Bard in the rubbish heap; the prob
of Walcott's poetry. L. King. T
5:7, Feb 1, '70.
C.L.R. James on the Black Jacobin
revolution in San Domingo; notes
toward a theory_of black politics.
LReview article/. A.W. Singham.
1(1): 82-96, '70.
The current national crisis.TSNC
No. 1: Mar. '70. 2p.
Ideologies and attitudes among the
Spanish speaking intellegentsia'
in the Caribbean. M. Maldonado-
D'bnis. NWQ`2(4): 1-9, '66.
Independent thought and Caribbean
freedom. L. Best. NWQ 3(4):
13-34, '67.
The intellectual tradition and
social change in the Caribbean;
an appraisal of New World in NUP
/no. 1/ : 10-16, '6b.
Leadership vs prophecy. T 3: 2,
Nov. 16, v69.
/Letter to the Editor/. M.Alleyne.
T 8: 7, Aug. 9, '70.
The next round. (Guest Editor's
Statement). L. Best. NWQ 4(2):
1-7, '68.
See-through politics perception
. in the country of the blind.
/Editorial_/. T 5: 2, Feb. 1,'70.
Timehri. E. Brathwaite. S 1(2):
44, Sept. '70.
University boiling pot. L. Best.
2: 1-3, 6, Oct. 19, '69.
Whither New World? L. Best. NWQ
1-6, '67.








INTELLECTUALS (continued)
Book reviews
/Review of/ Black intellectuals come
to power./by/ I. Oxaal. NWQ 5(4):
74-8, '72.
Roll call of the Negro Intellectual;
a critique of Crisis of the Negro
intellectual. /review article/ D.
Forsythe. NWQ 5(3): 61-6, '70.

INTERNAL SECURITY
Government and insecurity. M 1:3, Oct.
2. '68. .
How our Gestapo system operates.
M 95: 9, Apr. 7, '72.
Thinking of security. D. Hall.
M 4: 4, Dec. 13, '68.

INTERNATIONAL CORPORATIONS.
See Corporations, International.

INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND THE WEST
INDIES. See World Politics and the
West Indies.

INTER-RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION (Trinidad
and Tobago)

National Day of Prayer. /Release
from Inter-Religious Organization of
Trinidad and Tobago/. M 113: 16,
Aug. 11, '72.

INVESTMENTS, AMERICAN
Large corporations and U.S. foreign
investments (Extracts from paper
read at Socialist Scholars'Conference,
N.Y., Sept. 11, 1966). H. Magdoff.
NWQ 3(3): 57-64, '67.
Canada
Canada; economic dependence and politi-
cal disintegration. K. Levitt. NWQ
4(2): 57-139, '68.
How Americans dominate in Canada. M
113: 5, 12, Aug. 11, '72.
Trinidad and Tobago
Steal mill any price. E. Elias.
T 6: 1, 8, Mar. 8, '70. Reply. L.
Sugar. 7: 5, Apr. 19, '70.

INVESTMENTS, FOREIGN
Trinidad and Tobago
Economic reorganization; proposals
before the February Revolution. T
20: 9-10, 15-18, Aug. 29, '71.
It's question time Mr. Milkers. Rope
talk of retrenchment only a bluff.
M 102: 6-7, May 26, '72.
/Letter to the Editor/. J. Cameron.
M 70: 4, Oct. 1, '71.
Who owns Trinidad and Tobago? T
20: 2-3, Aug. 29, '71.


See also
Business Foreign Operations.
Corporations, International
Jessel Affair.


IRISH, GEORGE
(tr.) See ruillen, N.
Son Numero 6 /poems/.


I have;


IRISH. JAMES
A cuban criollo and the Afro-Hai-
tian world. Revieig of El reino
de este mundo Lby/ Alejo
Carpentier. S 1:98-107,June '70.

IRISH QUESTION
Strategy for Irish struggle. J.
Douglas. M 71: 5, 8, Oct. 8,'71.

ISAACS, IAN
The 'new' mathematics in West Ind-
ian schools. NWQ 2(4):29-31, .66.

ISRAEL
See also subhead Israel under
the following subjects:
Collective settlements.
Elections.


JATT. See Journalists' Associatioo
of Trinidad and Tobago.

JACK, DAVID
My relations with Texaco Trinidad
Inc. M 5:3, Dec. 27, '68.

JACKSON, GEORGE
/Review of/ Soledad Brothers; the
prison letters of George Jackson
A. Salkey. M 58: 7, May 7, '71.

JACKSON. MAHALIA
Mahalia sings. M 25:6, Apr. 10,'70

JACOBS, W. RICHARD
DLP politics; a review of East Ind-
dians in Trinidad; a_study of
minority politics Lby/ Y. Malik.
M.131:6, Dec. 22, '72.

JAGAN, CHEDDI
/Diplomatic relations between U.S. A.
and China/. M 65: 6, July 23,'71.
Growing up. NWQ 2(3): 4-9, '66.
The three kinds of nationalization;
capitalist, reformist and social-
ist capitalist nationalization.
NWQ 5(4):64-8, '72.
about
Decolonisation: Yeah! Yeah!
/Editorial/. M 17:2,3'June 20,'69.








JAGAN, CHEDDI
about (continued)
End of a decade, end of an era. Pt. 6
3. Millette. M 24: 4, Mar. 20, '70.
Reflections on Cheddi 3agan's autobio-
graphy, The West on Trial. /review
article/. M. Fitzpatrick. NWQ 3(3):
71-6, '67.
Twenty years of politics in our land.
D. Dpcaires and M.Fitzpatrick. NWQ 2
(3): 39-45, '66.
University boiling pot. L. Best. T
2:1-3, 6, Oct. 19, '69.

JAGESSAR, RAMDATH
Afro-Indian studies not good enough
for the revolution. M 92: 9, Mar.
17, '72.
Angela Davis' lesson for us. M 106:
13, June 23, '72.
/Review of/_ The cutlass is not for
killing; Lby/ Dennis Mahabir. M
66: 7, Aug. 6, '71.
East Indians and integration. M 6:
2, Jan. 17, '69.
Fraudulent school conference scheduled.
M 63: 4, 11, June 25, '71.
Indian Iceberg. T 3: 7, Nov. 16, '69.
Reply. U. Davis. 6: 7-8, Mar. 8,
'70.
Is Eric serious about Cuba? M 124:
8, Nov. 3, '72.
Nixon and genocide.Vietnamese ready
for sacrifice. 11 101: 2, May 19, '72.
On attending a literary discussion.
M 5: 3, Dec. 27, '68.
A real government in Chile. M 63: 5,
June 25, '71.
Revolution in Ceylon. M 65: 7, July
23, '71.

JAMADAR, VERNON
Governor General. The Seven Years
War. C. Sealy. T 8: 3, Aug. 9, '70.
Plenty parties, plenty balls. A.
Espinet. T 5: 1,8, Feb. 1, '70.

JAMAICA
See also
Democracy
Law and politics
also subhead Jamaica under the
following subjects:
Agriculture
Bauxite industry
Black power
Corporations, International
Immigration law
Land reform
Law
Peasantry
Police
Political parties
Sugar Industry
Unemployment


Book Reviews
The instant novel now LReview of/
This island now Lby/ P. Abrahams.
S. Wynter-Carew. NWQ 3(3): 78-81,
'67.
00? What % of value? Ian Fleming
introduces Jamaica /edited by/ J.
M. Cargill. J. Carnegie. /Review
article/. NUQ 2(2): 79-86, '66.
Armed Forces
Government and the students; some
legal aspects. M 1: 3, Oct.28,'69.
Economic Conditions
Is the Jamaican economy developing?
NWQ 5(4): 4-11, '72.
See also subhead Jamaica under
the subject:
Prices.
Economic development


Some aspects of the post war
mic development of Jamaica.
Jefferson. NWQ 3(3): 1-11,


econo-
0.
'67.


Economic policy
Is the Jamaican economy developing?
NWQ 5(4): 4-11, '72.
The new Jamaica. L.Wright. M 98:
4-5, Apr. 28, '72.
See also subhead Jamaica under
the following subject:
Unemployment.
Government and politics
Aftermath of elections in Jamaica.
3 stopped in flight from the coun-
try. M 90: 8, Mar. 10, '72.
Government and the students; some
legal aspects. M 1: 3, Oct. 28,
'68.
Mokojumbie LEditorial,/ Moko after
six months. M 12: 3, Apr. 11, '69.
See also subhead Jamaica under
the subject Democracy.

History
The colonial legacy in Jamaica.. D.
Hall. NWQ 4(3): 7-22, '67.

Book Reviews
Creole authenticity, a review of
Edward Brathwaite's The development
of Creole Society in Jamaica 1770-
1820. S 5: 115-20, June '71.

Morant Bay Riots
Before and after 1865. R. Augier.
NUQ 2(2): 21-39, '66.
Industrialization
Some aspects of the post war economic
development of Jamaica. 0. Jefferson.
NWQ 3(3): 1-11, '67.








JAMAICA (continued)
Social Conditions
Sans humanite: violence in Jamaica.
Pt.1. M 13: 4, 3, Apr. 25, '69;
Pt.2. M 14: 3-4, Apr. 9, '69.

JAMAICAN FICTION
See also
Hamilton, Norman.
Hearne, John.
Palmer, C.E.

JAMAICAN LABOUR PARTY
Conventions
Conventions and conventional politics.
T. Munroe. T 13: 2, Jan. 31, '71.

JAMAICAN POETRY
See also
Berry, James.
Carnegie, James.
Figueroa, John.
Hendriks, A.
Ho Lung, Richard.
King, Audvil.
Mc Koy, C.
Mc Neill, Anthony.
Macpherson, Pam.
Meeks, Brian.
Mordecai, Martin.
Morris, Mervyn.
Nunes, Fred.
Scott, Dennis.
Smith, Basil.
Criticism


The folk in Caribbean
/Pt. 2/. G. Rohlehr.
15, Dec. 24, '72.


literature.
T 2(12): 8-9,


JAMES, C.L.R.
Discovering literature in Trinidad:
the nineteen thirties.. S 2: 54-60,
Sept. '70.
Kanhai: a study in confidence. NWQ
2(3): 13-15, '66.
Tomorrow and today: a vision. NWQ
2(3): 86-8,'66.
about
Abeng, Mfoko and New World; a review.
N.Girvan._NWQ 5(1/2): 1-4, '69.
/Review of_/ Beyond a boundary. M.
Gibbes. T 5: 6, Feb. 1, '70.
Celebration to honour C.L.R..M 73:
4, Oct. 29, '71.
Chaguaramas to slavery. L .Best. NUWQ
2(1): 43-70, '65.
C.L.R.James on the Black Jacobin
revolution in San Domingo notes
toward a theory_of black politics.
/review article/. A. Singham. S 1(1):
82-96, '70.


C.L.R. the largest single influ-
ence on my thought says Best. T
24: 12, Feb. 27, '72.
Extracts from a letter to C.L.R.
James in May 1964. L.Best. T 10:
4-5, Nov. 1, '70.
How dare them attack great CLR.
/Letter to the Editor/. M 107:
4, June 30, '72.
Now for now politics; the making
of messiahs. /Editorial/. T 9:
1, Sept. 28, '70.
/Review of/ Party politics in the
West Indies. R. Augier. NWQ 2(1):
84-91, '65.
Pe.ping Tom in the nigger yard.
/Review of Minty Alley Lby/
C.L.R.James/. M.Hodge. T 25:
11-12, Apr. 2, '72.
Restructuring the Trinidad econ-
omy. S.Ryan. NWQ 4(4): 7-23,'68.

JAMES, DALTON
Trinidad revisited. M 9: 3-4,
Feb. 28, '69.

JAMES, ERIC
Blood soccer. R.Baptiste. T 12:
15, Dec. 20, '70.

JAMES, JOHN
Hero of the Thirld World. T
2(13): 4-5, Dec. 31, '72.

JAMES, LOUIS
Caribbean poetry in English;
some problems. S 1(2): 78-86,
Sept. '70.
The necessity of poetry. NWQ
2(3): 111-15, '66.
Caribbean critics. /Review of_/.
The Islands in between; essays
on West Indian literature... E.
Brathwaite. NWQ 5(1/2): 5-12,
'69.

JARVIS, GERALD
The primary school teacher. M 68:
3, 8, Sept. 10, '71.

JEFFERSON, OWEN
Is the Jamaican economy devel-
oping? NWQ 5(4): 4-11, '72.
Some aspects of the post war econ-
omic development of Jamaica.
NWQ 3(3): 1-11, '67.
See also
Girvan, Norman,jt. auth.
JEMMOTT, TITO
A tale. S 3/4: 60-4, Dec.'70/
Mar. '71.
JESSEL AFFAIR
Call that George. M 10: 3, Mar.
14, '69.
On the trail of Jessel. LEditorial/.
M 11: 2-3, Mar. 28, '69.








JEWISH-ARAB RELATIONS
The Munich Massacre. M 118: 11, Sept.
22, '72

JHA, J.C
The result of imperial divide and rule
policy. T 2(3): 4, 10, Oct. 8, '72.

JOHN KENNETH
Political crisis in St, Vincent. NWQ
3(7): 51-6. '67.

JOHNSON, ANDREWS
Death threats to Workers Bank staff.
M 131: 1, Dec. 22, '72.
Grenada. M 128: 15, Dec.1,'72.
Jail, what does it mean? M 130:
2, Dec. 15, '72.
The man who loved aeroplanes. M 122:
7, Oct. 20, '72.
My alma mater. M 131: 11, Dec. 22,
'72.
The useless Eustace story. M 120: 3,
Oct, 6, '72.

JOHNSON, ASTOR
An evolution in folk dance. /Review
article/. E. Le Gendre, T 2(9):
2, 12, Dec. 3, '72.

JONES, ALTHEA
W. Indians on trial in London. M
123: 5, Oct. 27, '72.

JONE.4 ANTHONY
NAU orNAAA? M 20: 10, Jan 16, '70.
Sports, M 22: 4, Feb. 13, '70

JONES,BARBARA_
West India / poem/. NWQ 3(1/2): 68,
'67.

about
We remember. M 16: 1, June 1, '69.

JONES, BRUNELL
Gone to the Cleaners. /EditorialJ./
M 116: 6, Sept. 8, '72.

JOURNALISM
See also
Freedom of the press
Newspapers
Periodicals
Mokojumbie /Editorial7. M 2: 2-3,
Nov. 15, '68; 10: 2-3, Mar. 14,
'69.
Of humming birds and brass face.
A. Espinet. T 2: 5, 8, Oct. 19, '69.
Rodney; the other side. M 1: 1, 4,
Oct. 28, '68.
Trinidad and Tobago
God and B. Wight. y. Lord. M 16:
1, 2, June 1, '69.
The lead story to be written. T 2(3):
2, Oct. 8, '72.


Mokojumbi 6 / Editorial/.
Dec. 27, '68
New trend in journalism?
Oct. 20, '72.


M 5: 2-3,

M 122: 9,


JOURNALISM AND POLITICS
See also
Wickham, Clennel

JOURNALISTS
See also
Journalists' Association of Trinidad
and Tobago
Wight, Benedict.

JOURNALISTS'ASSOCIATION OF TRINIDAD
AND TOBAGO
Editors' Association tries to bring
off on Moko. M 89: 2, Feb. 12, '72.
Editors' probe flops. M 93: 2, Mar.
24, '72.
Editors want to teach the newsfry....
but who will teach them? M 92: 2,
Mar. 17, '72.
How to get to the top. Or you can't
keep the big men down. M 88: 2,
Feb. 18, '72.

JUDGES
Appeal Court judges resigning? M
108: 1, 16, July,7, '72.
Judges: let seniority decide. M100:
7, May 1,2, '72.
The judges story. J. Millette. M 118:
4, Sept. 22, '72.
See also
Hyatali, Sir Isaac
Mac Shine, Sir Arthur


JUDICIARY. See Judges.


JUDICIAL POWER AND POLITICAL QUESTIONS.
See Political questions and judicial
power.

JULES, WALTER
Legalize marijuana? M 76: 9, Nov. 27,
'71.


JULIEN INSKIP
The James Millette Column.
M 79: 3, Dec. 18, '71.


J. Millette.


JUSTICE, ADMINISTRATION OF
Angela Davis' lesson for us. M 106:
13, June 23, '72.
Law and justice. D. Nicholls. M 18:
1,-4, July, 4, '69.
Which judge slept with which girl?
Speak out Sir Hugh, before justice
is ended. M 89: 6-7, Feb. 26, '72.








KALLICHARAN, ALVIN
Kallicharan's innings; a treat of
cricket; a treatise on politics.
T 27: 4, May 18, '72.

KALLOO, KENNETH
/Review of/ Trinidad in transition
the years after slavery /by/ Donald
Wood. M 18: 4, Duly 4, '69.

KANHAI, ROHAN
Kanhai: a study in confidence.
C.L.R. James. NWQ 2(3): 13-15,'66.

KANTUMA, T.
Mutiny in diversity: soldiers and
politics in Africa. M 52: 4,9,
Jan 8. '71.

KELLY, WILLIAM MELVIN
D' last time I saw Paris. S 3/4:
124, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.

KELSHALL, JACK
The dilemna of Jack Kelshall. Guilty
as charged? or innocent. M 79: 12,
Dec. 18, '71.
Kelshall: here was no case against
me.. M 81: 4, Dec. 30, '71.
No democracy here; Jack Kelshall
describes his ordeal in jail. M
79: 4, Dec. 18, '71.


KEN, JESUS
The Evil rain. /Short story/.
5(1/2): 60-2, '69.


KENYA
Government and politics
Beware! Kenya had a One-party-state;
now Kenya has become a no-party state.
M 64: 5, July 16, '71.

KING, AUDVIL
Black women. S 3/4: 31, Dec. '70/
Mar. '71.
The big wash. /poem/. S 3/4: 10-
11, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
lyasus Kristos. S 3/4: 146. Dec. '70/
Mar. '71.
Mother to child. /poem/ S 3/4:
10, Dec. '70/ Mar. '71.
See also Wint, Pamela it. auth.

KING, LLOYD
An Aztec_play. LTranslation from
Spanish/. NWQ 2(2): 55-8, '66.
Bard in the rubbish heap; the problem
of Walcott's poetry. T 5: 7-8,
Feb. 1, '70.
Humanities or the dehumanities? M 7:
3, Jan. 31, '69.
Militarism. Latin American Style?
M 9: 1, 3, Feb. 28. '69.
Race in Latin America. M 18: 3, July
4, '69.


The silent voice of Afro-Cuba. T
2(7): 5, 8, Nov. 19, '72.
Spanish in primary schools. M 5:
4, Dec. 27, '68.
Truer than biography, Aime Cesaire
interviewed by Rene Depestre. S
5: 71-80, June '71.
The writer and the revolution. T
2(11): 5, Dec. 17. '72.
(tr.) See also Lorca, G. Harlem.

KING, SIDNEY
A birth of freedom. NWQ 2(3): 22-7,
'66.

KIRPALANI, M.D.
Kirpalani's founders. M.J.Kirpalani.
M 38: 3, 9, Sept. 18, '70.

KISSINGER, HENRY
Henry Kissinger: a portrait. M 72:
3, 6, Oct. 22, '71./Reprinted from
the Guardian, United States/.

KLEIN, HERBERT
/Review of/Slavery in the Americas;
a comparative study of Virginia and'
Cuba. 1567. F. Knight. NWQ 4(3):
72-7, '68.

KNIGHT, FRANK
/Review of_/ Slavery in the Americas;
a comparative study of Virginia and-
Cuba /by/ H. Klein. NWQ 4(3):
72-7, '68.

KORTH, E.H._
/Review of/ Spanish policy in Colon-
ial Chile; the struggle for social
justice 1535 1700. P. Bryan.
NWQ 5(3): 58-60, '70.

KOWLESSAR, CARL
Messiahship: the Nazi experience.
T 5: 5, Feb. 1, '.70.

KUMAR, RANJIT
Blowing hot and cool. S. Lowhar.
T 4: 6, Dec. 21, '69.

KUETU
Kwetu joins Moko. M 128: 4, Dec.
1, '72.


KYK-OVER-AL (Periodical)
Kyk-over-al and the radicals.
Bra. NWQ 2(3): 55-7,


E.
'66.


LABOUR
See also
Domestic Service
Hours of labour








LABOUR (continued)
Industrial relations
Nurses and nursing
Peasantry
Petroleum workers
Physicians
Police
Police, Estate
Sugar workers
Transport workers
Labour unrest; a biographical sketch
of the Caribbean labour market.
L. Best. T 24: 7-10, Feb. 27, '72.

Guyana
Guyana: the Corrup-rative Republic.
M. Fitzpatrick. T 20: 21, Aug.
29, '71.
Trinidad and Tobago
Labour unrest; OWTU faces challenge.
L. Grant. T 18: 7-8, July 25, '71.
The working class and the nation.
J.L. Mc Henry. MVS. May 17, '69.

LABOUR AND POLITICS
The oppressors and oppressed. J.
Millette. M 64: 8, July 16, '71.
Reply. 67: 4, Aug. 20, '71.

LABOUR CONDITIONS
Trinidad and Tobago
Oppression. M 67: 8, Aug. 20, '71.
See also
Hilton Hotel
Hospitals
Labour disputes
Petroleum Industry
Sugar Industry
Water and Sewerage Authority

LABOUR DISPUTES

Trinidad and Tobago
Caroni police bacchanal. M
119: 3, Sept. 29, '72.
Caroni troubles. T 2(4): 10, Oct.
22, '72.
CGA fires 200; job crisis in Laven-
tille. T 26: 1, 16, May 7, '72.
Colonial Life makes workers bawl
for $. M 90: 8, Mar. 10, '72.
8 more for the breadline. M 102:
12, May 26, '72.
500 workers on breadline; companies
claim employees left job. M 97:
12, Apr. 21, '72.
Trouble at Dunlop. /Letter to the
Editor/ M. 40: 2, Oct. 2, '70.
12 union officials fired at CGA.
M 100: 9, May 12, '72.

LABOUR OFFICIALS
Betrayal of the unions. M 112: 4,
Aug. 4, '72.


The Cheese stands alone...! /Editor-
ial/. T 21: 1, Oct. 3, '71.
Ignorant labour leaders a keep back.
M 102: 4, May 26, '72.
The last embrace. L. Grant. T 21:
12, Oct. 3, '71.
See also
Crichlow, Nathaniel
Young Joe


LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY
Workers idle! La.c
not laziness. LLI
M 34: 2, Aug. 21,


< of materials,
better to the Editor/.
'70.


LABOUR UNIONS. See Trade unions

LA BREA, Trinidad
La Brea! No big thing. D. Lewis.
M 46: 3, 11, Nov. 20_ '70.
LLettpr to the Editor/. M 23: 2, 8,
Feb. 27, '70.

LA GUERRE, ENRIQUE
Who am I? LReview of/ Rio Sin Cauce.
G. Coulthard. NWQ 2(1): 91-3, '65.

LA GUERRE, JOHN
Acoma; a new Martiniquan review.
M 63: 8, June 25, '71.
Africa and East Indians in Trinidad.
T 2(3): 3, Oct. 8, '72.
-The tyranny of concepts. M 73:
20-2, Oct. 29, '71.

LAMMING. GEORGE
But, alas Edgar. NWQ 2(3): 18-19, '66.
Natives of my person. /Extract from
novel/. S 3/4: 40-51, Dec. '70/Mar.
'71.
The West Indian people. ZPaper pre-
sented to the Conference on West
Indians Affairs, Montreal, 1965/
NWQ 2(2): 63-74, '66.

about
The artist in the balm-yard: Season
of adventure. K. Ramchand. /Review
article/. NWQ 5(1/2): 13-21, '69.
Caliban's circle of death review of
Water with Berries. /by/ G. Lamming.
V. D. Questel. T 2(11): 15, Dec. 17,
'72.
The folk in Caribbean literature Pt. 1.
G. Rohlehr. T 2(11): 7-8, 13-14,
Dec. 17, '72.
Lamming and the search for freedom.
Review article/. W. Cartey. NWQ
3(1/2): 121-8, '67.

LAND

Trinidad and Tobago
Who owns Trinidad and Tobago? T 20:
2-3, Aug. 29, '71.









LAND REFORM


Jamaica


Shah and Lasalle. M 87: 12, Feb. 12,
'72.


Diversification and the burden of
sugar to Jamaica. C. Thomas.
NWQ 5(1/2): 41-6, '69.
Puerto Rico
Dependence as an obstacle to
development: Puerto Rico.
NWQ 2(1): 13-18, '65.
Trinidad and Tobago
UNIP's /United National Indepen-
dence Partj/ policy for Black
Reconstruction. M 28: 6-7, July
3, '70.

LAND UTILIZATION
Trinidad and Tobago
Diego Martin: a case of bulldozer
planning. (Statement from the ,
Bamboo Group, Covigne Road, Diego
Martin.) T 21: 4, 6-7, Oct. 3,
'71.

LANGUAGE
See also
Creole dialects
English language in the West Indies.
Poetry in dialect
Speech and social status.
Study and teaching
Notes on the teaching of English
in the West Indies. J. Figueroa.
NWQ 2(4): 17-27, '66.
Bibliography
Bibliography for language teachers.
NUWQ 2(4): 58-61, '66.


LReview of/ Language for living lby/
Cecil Grey and Joan Barker. A.
Salkey. M 69: 11, Sept. 24, '71.
See also
Spanish language Study and teaching.

LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL STATUS. See
peech and social status.

LA ROSE, ANTHONY _
Not from here. /poem/. NWQ
2(2): 40, '66
Two love poems. NWQ 2(4): 28, '66.

LASALLE, REX
Amnesty for Lasalle, Shah. M 107:
1, June 30, '72.
Lasalle and Shah talk to the press.
L Grant. T 29: 8, Aug. 13, '72.
Murder plot Lasalle, Shah marked
for death in 'jail break'. M 88:
1, Feb. 18, '72.


LASHLEY, CLIFF _
Exodus. /po.m/,_ NWQ 2(2): 82,
The fall. /poem/. NWQ 3(3): 32,
Spanish town. Lpoem/. NWQ 3(3):
'67.


'66.
'67.
44,


LATIN AMERICA
See also
Catholic Church in Latin America.
Militarism.
also subhead Latin America under
the following subjects:
Guerillas
Intellectuals.
Economic Integration
The Caribbean Free Trade Association:
the West Indies at the cross roads.
3. Millette. NWQ 4(4): 32-47, '68.
Race question
Race in Latin America. M 18: 3,
July 4, '69.

LATIN AMERICA POETRY
Criticism
The poetry of the Spanish American
countries: a historical perspective.
K. Ellis. NWQ 5(1/2): 22-31, '69.

LA TORTUE, GERARD
Political crisis in Haiti. NWQ 3(3):
45-50, '67.

LAUGHLIN, IVAN
Black Power and the music of resistance.
LReview of 'The Black Man in the
Caribbean' lby/ B. Reviere/ T
26: 3, 7, May 7, '72.
The consecration. T 10: 5, Nov. 1,
'70.
The elections are over... the politics
continues... T 17: 4, June 27, '71.
The end game says Laughlin. T 18:
5, July 25, '71.
Round the country: Tapia sold here.
/Editorial_/. T 2(12): 2, Dec. 24,
'72.
To set afoot a new man. T 21: 3, 10,
Oct. 3, '71.
What the cost of living is. T 24:
13, Feb.27, '72.

LAVENTILLE, Trinidad
Laventille. D. Darbeau. M 19: 1-2,
Dec. 22, '69.
Laventille. K Smith. T 19: 8, Aug.
15, '71.
Report on Laventille. T 1:5, Sept.
28; '69.








LAW
Jamaica
Sans humanite; violence in Jamaica.
Pt.1. M 13: 4, 3, Apr. 25, '69.
See also subhead Jamaica under
the subject Immigration Law.
Trinidad and Tobago
LLetter to the Editor/. M 32: 2,
Aug. 7, '70.
MAC in the box. T 14: 6,_Feb.28,'71.
New left on the right. LEditorial/. T
6: 2, Mar. 8, '70.
Oh_God, Karl, you ent have no shame?
/Editorial/. M 93: 4, Mar. 25, '72.
Time is no longer on Williams' side.
J.Millette. M 85: 3, Jan. 29, '72.
Which judge slept with which girl?
Speak out Sir Hugh, before justice is
ended. M 89: 6-7, Feb. 26, 172.
Williams and Co.! LEditorial/. M 74:
3, Nov. 13, '71.
See also
Firearms Laws and Legislation
Industrial Laws and Legislation
Justice, Administration of; Libel and
Slander.

LAW AND POLITICS
Jamaica witchhunt. M 5: 1, Dec. 27, '68.
Taking law to make politics; report of
the Review Tribunal. D.Solomon. T 10:
7-8, Nov. 1, '70.
Thinking of security. D.Hall. M 4:4,
Dec. 13, '68.

LAW REFORM
Trinidad and Tobago
Law reform. T 14: 7, Jan. 31, '71.

LAW SOCIETY (Trinidad and Tobago)
Recent legal events shed new light on
Society. M 113: 6, 14, Aug. 11, '72.

LAWRENCE, ARTHUR
Our libel laws are a scandal. Sedition?
Bah! M 105: 14, June 16, '72.

LAWYERS
Trinidad and Tobago
Legal service. L. Ayer.T 12: 18-19,
Dec. 20, '70.

LAYNE, LANCELOT
Continuing cultural obliteration;
plight of the local artists. T 8:
4-5, Aug. 9, '70.


LEADERSHIP
After the fall.
nation: a call
assembly. TSNC


Reconstructing the
for a constituent
No.2. May 9, '70. 2p.


Answering the apologists. A.
Pierce. M 45: 2, Nov. 6, '70.
Chaguaramas to slavery. L. Best.
2(1): 43-70, '65.
Charisma: West Indian Style.
A.L. Mc Shine. T 2(10): 10,
Dec. 10, '72.
Extracts from a letter to C.L.R.
James in May 1964. L. Best.
T 10: 4-5, Nov. 1, '70.
Federation and after. J.Mordecai.
NWQ 3(1/2): 87-96, '66.
Independent thought and Carib-
bean freedom. L. Best. NWQ
3(4): 3, 13-34, '67.
Leadership vs Prophecy. T 3:2,
Nov. 16, '69.
/Letter to the Editor/. J. Kirk.
T 3: 4, Nov. 16, '69.
Messiahship: the Nazi experience.
C. Kowlessar. T 5: 5, Feb. 1,'70.
Now for new politics; the making
of messiahs. /Editoria.l/. T
9: 2, Sept. 28, '70.
Prophets abroad; West Indian lea-
dership in America. T 2(5):
6-7, Nov. 5, '72.
Pussonal monarchy; the paradox
of power in Trinidad. A.
Espinet and J. Farmer. T 3: 6,
Nov. 16, '69.
Search for easy solutions. M 36:
5, Sept. 4, '70.
They want a bacchannal leader.
SM 49: 12, Dec. 4, '70.
Three cases of constitutionalism
and cuckoo politics: Ceylon,
British Guiana and Grenada. A.
Singham. NWQ 2(l): 23-33, '65.
Tight case needed. /Letter to
the Editor/. A. Mc Shine.
T 2(9): 3, Dec. 3, '72.
Trade Unionists in the Leg. Co.
/Legislative Council/. M. Chit-
mukulu. M 31: 4, July 31, '70.
Twenty years of politics in our land.
D.Decaires and M.Fitzpatrick.
NWQ 2(3): 39-45, '66.
Williams, the theorist. P. Nunez.
M 40: 4, 9, Oct. 2, '70.
Wooding's Animal Farm. D. Solo-
mon. T 23: 4, 17, Dec. 26,'71.
Working notes towards the unifi-
cation of Guyana. Pts. 1-8,
NWQ Z/!: 1-81, Mar. '68.
See also
Doctor politics.
Intellectuals.
LEE, FRANK
Black anger. M 25: 1, 5, Apr.
10, '70.
National lottery. M 14: 4,
Apr. 9, '69.









LEEWARD ISLANDS
See also
Anguillan Crisis
St. Kitts
Slavery in the Leeward Islands.

LEFT (political science). See
Right and left (political science).
also Radicalism.

LEGAL PROFESSION. See Lawyers.

LE-GENDRE, ESTHER
Alli-luia was a lusty ameni T
29: 7. Aug. 13, '72.
Barnabas meets Papa Bois. LReview _
of Dark Shadows,a television serialL/
T 28- 4, July 30, '72.
Blockorama. T 2(3): 5, Oct. B, '72.
'Culture' packaged for export. Why
'Ambakaila'was such a hit abroad.
/Review of 'Ambakaila/. T 2(7):
3, Nov. 19, :'72.
An evolution in folk dance. /Review
article/ T 2(9): 2, 12, Dec. 3,
'72.

LEGISLATION
Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Aleins Land Holding Act.
Industrial Relations Act.
Industrial Stabilization Act.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Calling: Koonge Bernardsingh. M
117: 3, Sept. 15, '72.
Letters jo the Editor. M 118:
6, Sept. 22, '72.

LEVITT, KARI
Canada: economic dependence and
political disintegration. NWQ
4(2): 57-139, '68.
about
Working for the Yankee Dollar? What
do you make from tourism? T 20:
5, Aug. 29, '71.

LEWIS, ARTHUR
Exit Dud and Phil. /Editorial/.
M 12: 2, Apr. 11, '69.
/Review oj/ Politics in West Africa.
A. Mohiddin. NWQ 2(4): 49-56, '66.
University boiling oot. L. Best.
T 2:1-3, 6, Oct. 19, '69.

LEWIS. DARWIN
The end-of the line. M 51: 9, 20,
Dec. 25, '70.
La Brea! No big thing. M 46: 3,
11, Nov. 210, '70.


The shame of Point Fortin.
4, 9, Nov. 27, '70.


M 48:


LEWIS, EARL
Discrimination at home. M 12: 2,
Apr. 11, '69.
King Sugar and us. M13:3, Apr.25,'69.
An open letter to the press. M 7:
2, Jan 17, '69.
What must be done now.MS May 2, '69.

about
Moko wants to know. M 6: 3, Jan.
17, '69.

LEWIS, GORDON
The struggle for freedom; a story of
contemporary Barbados. NWQ 3(1/2):
14-29, '67.
/Review of_/ The Growth of the modern
West Indies. T. Munroe. NWQ 5(1/2):
74-7, '69.

LEWIS, O'NEIL
Crime and punishment..... a view of
administrative reform. D. Solomon.
T 3:4, Nov. 16, '69.

LEWIS, OSCAR
Another oscar for Lewis. /Review ofj
La Vida. M. Maldonado-Denis. NWQ
3(4): 70-2, '67.


LEWIS, VAUGHN
Britain and the Rhodesian
NWQ 4(3): 14-54, '68.


rebellion


LIBEL AND SLANDER
CCGA brings off. M 88: 12, Feb. 18,
'72.
Lawsuit again? Elias case. M 96:
12, Apr. 14, '72.
Lawsuit brigade at it again! M 120:6,
Oct. 6, '72.
The lawsuit brigade; bid to halt pub-
lication fails. J. Millette. M 102:
3, May 26, '72.
Look how a high man trying to bend
Moko. Fitzwilliam and Co. sends its
compliments. M 93: 10, Mar.24,'72.
Our libel laws are a scandal.Sedition?
Bah! A. Lawrence. M 105: 14, June
16, '72.


LIBERATION (newspaper)
NJAC and Liberation.
29, '72.
NJAC paper published.
24, '71.


M 119: 10, Sept.

M 69: 4, Sept.


LIBRARIES
Trinidad and Tobago
Library service. Apandaye. T 12: 2,
Dec. 20, '70.






55
LIGHT AIRPLANE CLUB (Trinidad and Tobago)
Crash probe clears airplane club. T
2(7): 12, Nov. 19, '72.

LINDO. LOCKSLEY
Francis Williams; a 'free' negro in
a slave world. S 1(1): 75-80, '70.

LINDSAY, KENNEDY
Biafra; a Greek tragedy. M 3:3-4, Nov.
,29, '68.

LINTON, NEVILLE
Rhodesia has been betrayed. M 80: 4,
9, Dec. 23, '71.
about

The Fascist Williams must go, says
Chalkdust. M 93: 11, Mar. 24, '72.

LITERATURE
See also
Criticism
Fiction
Poems
Politics and literature
Satire, Political
Satire, Social
Short Stories
also

West Indian literature.


LITERATURE AND HISTORY
History and the novel: a literary
critic's approach. K. Ramchand.
S 5; 103- 13, June '71.
Novel and history, plot and plantation.
S. Wynter. S 5: 95-102, June '71.

LITERATURE AND POLITICS. See Politics
and literature.


LITERATURE AND SOCIETY
The writer and society.
M 4:4, Dec. 13, '68.


W. Hackett.


LIVERPOOL, HOLLIS _, _
'Ah Fraid Karl'. /Lyrics of calypso/.
M 109: 14, July 14, '72.
The Fascist Williams must go. M 93:
11, Mar. 24, '72.
Freedom of speech. M 130: 9, Dec. 15,
'72.
about
Calypso and politics. G. Rohlehr.
M 73: 7-8, 14-18, Oct. 29, '71.
P.N.M. loves me. Chalky's tune for
'73. L Grant. T 2(8): 11, Nov.
26, '72.
We are with you! We ent fraid, Karl.
M 127: 7, Nov. 24, '72.


LIVERPOOL, LESLIE
People and the quality of lifao T
2(4): 6-7, Oct. 22, '72.

LOCAL ELECTIONS
Marcano protests robber politics.
V. Marcano. M 63: 2, June 25, '71.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Guyana
Working notes towards the unifica-
tion of Guyana. Pts. 1-8. NWQ
/1/: 1-81, Mar. '63.
Trinidad and Tobago
Claxton Bay. T 26: 11, 14, May 7i
'72.
Conquerable under siege; ratepayers
up in arms. T 26: 16, May 7, '72.
Corruption wrecking local govern-
ment bodies. V. Marcano. M 65:
1, 11, July 23, '71.
/Letters to the EditoL/.M 32:2,7, Aug.
7,'70; 33: 2, 7, Aug. 14, '70.
Local gov't. T 29: 4-5, Aug. 13,
'72.
Local government. V. Marcano. M
20:8, Jan 16, '70.
Local Gov't no power to the
people. B Samaroo. T 2(12): 7,
10, Dec. 24, '72; 2(1 : 1 E Dec.31, '72.
Now who remembers Agriculture Year?
(address to Harland Society, U.W.I.)
L Best. T 2(10): 6-7, 11, Dec. 10,
'72.
Rates war; symbolic rejection of
PNM. 3. Millette. M 95: 3,
Apr. 7, '73.
Tapia team meets Wooding Commissioners.
T 2(6): 6-7, Nov. 12, '72.
Whose republic? L. Best. T 3: 1-2,
8, Nov. 16, '69.
See also
Carenage
Cedros
La Brea
Oropouche
Point Fortin
San Fernando


LOCALIZATION
Banks in 'go 1
they trying t
Feb. 26, '72.


ocal' smartness. Who
o fool. M 89 : 4,


Trinidad and Tobago
Economic reorganization; proposals
before the February Revolution.
T 20: 9-10, 15-18, Aug. 29, '71.
Local banking: a blasted fraud.
Who they think they fooling? M
96: 6-7, Apr. 14, '72.








LOCALIZATION (Continued)
Trinidad and Tobago

Localization; a big joke;Canadians still
in control. M 103: 6-7, 12, June 2, '72.
Localization; the new world solution.
T 20: 4,8. Aug. 29. '71.
Mr. Smith's ship sink. National recon-
struction or pussonal reconstruction.
T 8:1, Aug. 9, '70.
Solutions: emancipation of national
enterprise. T 2:7, Oct. 19, '69.
West Indian Tobacco goes local. M 32:
8, Aug. 7, '70.
Yesterday's Doctor, tomorrow's Language.
L. Taylor. T 21: 2, 11, Oct. 3, '71.

LOCKE, DONALD
Artist and teacher: E.R. Burrowes. NWQ
2(3): 16-17, '66.

LONDON, ANSLEM
/fatthew7 Ramcharran meets Winnipeg
students. gfetter to the Editor7. T
2(11): 4, Dec. 17, '72.

LOOK LAI, WALLY
The road to Thornfield Hall. /Review
of_ Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys.
NWQ 4(2): 17-27. '68.


LORCA, GARCIA
Harlem. poeJ tr. by L.
4(1): 70-2, '67.

LORD, RUDOLPH
Naipaul's article on black
cised. M 43: 3, Oct. 23,


King. NWQ



power criti-
'70.


LORD, Y.
God and B. Wight. M 16: 1-2, June 6, '69.
No dam dog bark: the sayings of our
chairman M 15: 2-3, May 23, '69.

LORD EXECUTOR. See Garcia, Phillip.


LOTTERIES
National lottery. F. Lee. M 14:4,
Apr. 9, '69.
This is corruption too. M 53: 1, Jan.
15, '71.

LOVELACE, EARL
Discovering literature in Trinidad: the
nineteen thirties. C.L.R. James. S
1(2); 54-60, Sept. '70.
Earl Lovelace; his view of Trinidad
society in While Gods are falling and
The schoolmaster. H. Pyne Timothy.
NWQ 4(4): 60-5, '68.


LOWENTHAL, DAVID
The tourist professor sees the W.I.
/Review of West Indian Societies by
D. Lowenthal/ S. Craig. T 2(9): 5-
8, Dec. 3, '72.

LOUHAR, SYL
Another station of the Cross. Review
of Walcott's In a Fine Castle. T
23: 19, Dec. 26, '71.
April '70. 5oem_7. T 23: 17, Dec.
26, '71.
Black power in human song; in-the
interest of freedom and justice. TP
No.2f '70. 4p.
Blowing hot and cold T 4: 6, 8,
Dec. 21, '69. Replies. C. Seetahal,
6:7, Mar. 8, '70. W. Davis, 6:7-8,
Mar. 8, '70.
Bureaucracy. Lpoem7. NWQ 2(l): 18,
'65.
The Colonial. 2/oem/7. NWQ 3(1/2):
29, '67.
Drums. 5oemj7. T 24: 6, Feb. 27,
'724 Dry river &poem/. T 16: 5,
May 23, '71.
Euphoria. /poemf. NWQ 4(2): 16, '68.
Fallen angel in a shroud of news print.
T 2(11): 12, Dec. 17, '72.
The fire next time. T 2(1): 2-3, Sept.
3, '72.
Governor's ball. T 17: 6-7, June '72,
'71.
Kallicharran's innings; a treat of
cricket; a treatise on politics. T
27: 4, May 18, '72.
Mas' in yuh morse. T 9: 4, 12, Sept.
28, '70.
Shanty town. -poejm_. T 5:6, Feb. 1,
'70.
Starflakes. /poem/. T 19: 4, Aug.
15, '71.
A struggle for freedom. D. Walcott's
Ti-Jean. review article/. T 8: 6,
Aug. 9, '70.
Sunday music festival stirs Quarry
Drive. T 2(10): 12, Dec, 10, '72.
The Tapia House was Constantine's
homeground. T 20: 22-3, Aug. 29, '71.
Which will be the last straw? T 18:
6 July 25, '71.
Why the government needs the I.R.A...
T 27: 6-7, May 18, '72.

LYNCH, HOLLIS
Edward, Wilmot Blyden: Pan Negro
Patriot from the Caribbean. NWQ 4(1):
7-17, '67.
Reflections on the black diaspora.
/review of Edward Wilmot Blyden;
Pan Negro patriot from the Caribbean7.
St. C. Drake. NWQ 4(4): 73-8, '68.







MAO. See Movement against oppression
(Guyana).

MC DONALD, FRANK
CIA backs subversion in Trinidad
/review of/ The United States in
the Caribbean Lby/ Frank Mc Donald.
T 22: 13, Nov, 7, '71.
Journalist jailed in Cuba. M 107:
10, June 30, '72.


MC DONALD, IAN
Decorated for a kiss.
2(3): 29, '66.


/poejm. NWQ


MC HENRY, J.L.
Bus strike. M 14: 1, Apr. 9, '69.
Welcome Michener. M 9: 1, 4, Feb.
28, '69.
The working class and the nation.
MVS May 17, '69.

MC INTOSH, AUGUSTUS
W. Indians on trial in London. IM
123: 5, Oct. 27, '72.

MC INTYRE, ALISTER
Some issues of trade policy in the
West Indi-es. NWQ 2(2): 1-20, '66.

MACKENZIE, J3.W.
/Review of/ Men in Prison /by/ Henry
Guy. NWQ 2(2): 75-8, '66.

MC KOY, C.A.
The Headmaster. /poem/. S 3/4: 134,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.

MC NEILL, ANTHONY
Ode to Brother Joe. /poem/. S 3/4:
158-9, Dec. '70/Mar. '71. _
Reel from 'The_Life Movie'. /Collec-
tion of poems/. S 6:_19-45, '72.
Rimbaud Jingle. /poem/. S 3/4: 156-7,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Saint Ras. /poem/. S 3/4: 155, Dec.
'70/Mar. '71.
Who'll see me dive? S 3/4: 155-6,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Who's Sammy? or Angelo_pondering the
critic's version... /poem/. S 3/4:
157-8, Dec. '70/Mar. '71. Also in
S 6; 29, '72.
about
Notes on a correspondence. D. Scott.
S 6: 11- 16, '72.

MACPHERSON, PAM _
To Cudjoe. /aoem/. S 3/4: 81,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.

MC SHINE, ARTHUR L.
Charisma; West Indian Style. T 2(10):
10, Dec. 10, .'72.


MAC SHINE, Sir ARTHUR
Law reform. T 14: 7, Jan. 31, '71..
MAC in the box. T 14: 6, Feb.28,'71.

MC TAIR, DIONYSE
Soul. S 3/4: 89-90, Dec.'70/Mar.
'71.


MC TAIR, ROGER
Notes toward a final belief.
S 3/4: 91-5, Dec. '70/ Mar


/poej/.
'71.


MAHABIR, DENNIS
And now tomorrow.. M 38: 2, Sept.
18, '70.
The crumbs from the table. M 42:9,
Oct. 16, '70.
First class honours for third class
service. (From a Radio Broadcast).
M 38: 3, Sept. 18, '70.
about
ZReviiew of The cutlass is not for
killing /by/ Dennis Mahabir. R.
Jagessar. M 66: 7, Aug. 6, '71.

MAHABIR, ERROL
Meet the Minister who can't read.
M 122: 3, Oct. 1, '72.


MAHARA], DHANRAJ
A shy bachelor.
Pt. 1, M 40: 5,
Pt. 2. 41: 8-9,


ZShort Story!.
8, Oct. 2, '70;
Oct. 9, '70.


MAINGOT, CHRISTIAN
Brother Duff'sblock on Lower Mucu-
rapo. T 2(1'0): 8, Dec. 10, '72.


MAKEBA, MIRIAM
Miriam Makeba Cubana.
Oct. 8, '72.


T 2(3): 2,


MALDONADO-DENIS, MANUEL
Another Oscar for Lewis. /Review
of/ La Vida Lby/ Oscar Lewis. NWQ
3(4): 70-2, '67.
/Review of/ Cubag the economic and
social revoTution:(Luba under trnhnir-al
scrutinyJ) =by/ Dudley Seers. NWQ
2(1): 83-4, '65.
Ideologies and attitudes among the
Spanish speaking 'intelligentsia'
in the Caribbean. NWQ 2(4): 1-9,
'66.

MALIK, ABDUL (Delano de Coteau)
Drama of the streets. /Review of
Black up by Malik (Delano de Coteau7/.
V. Questel. T 2(13): 8-10, Dec.
31, '72.

MALIK, ABDUL (Michael de Freitas)
Black apostle. ZLetter to the Editor/.
M 58: 2, May 7, '71.







MALIK, ABDUL (Michael de Freitas)
(continued)
'Bois Bande', opium found in debris
at Malik's. M 92: 11, Mar. 17,
'72.
Eric plots murder tie-up. Bodies
galore in Malik's graveyard. M
89: 1, Feb. 26, '72.
Malik going mad? M 125: 1, Nov.
10, '72.
Now showing*:Barnabas and Malik.
.K. Smith. T 2(l): 20, Sept. 3,
'72.'
Why must Radio Trinidad be anti -
Black Power? /Letter to Editor/.
M 92: 10, Mar. 17, '72.

MALIK- YOGENDRA
DLP politics; a review of East Indians
in Trinidad... a study of minority
politics. M 131:.6, Dec. 22, '72.

MANTLE, JAY_
/Review of/ The economic transform-
ation of Cuba Lby/ Edward Boors-
tein. NWQ 4(3): 77-80, '68.
/Review of_/ Slavery in the Americas;
a comparative study of Virginia
and Cuba /by/ Herbert S. Klein.
NWQ 4(3): 72-80, '68.
about
Freedom from enquiry. NWP /no..?/
Feb. '67. 12p.

MANLEY, Sir NORMAN
Epitaph (for Norman Manley). W.
Brown. S 3/4: 99, Dec. '70/Mar.
'71.
Exit Norman. J. Millette. M 3: 1,
4, Nov. 29, '68.
Federation and after. J. Mordecai.
NWQ 3(1/2): 87-96, '66.
Jamaica dictatorship or democracy?
V. Arnett. M 4:2, Dec. 13, '68.

MANPOWER
Guyana
Manpower implications of Guyana's
(1966-72) development programme.
K. Bacchus. NWQ 2(4): 39-48, '66.

MARAJ, BHADASE
Blowing hot and cold. S Lowhar.
T 4: 6, 8, Dec. 21, '69.
The end of Bhadase Maraj. M 60:
5, May 28, '71.
Fraud upon fraud. M 45: 1, Nov.
6, '70,
Is Maraj privileged to carry two
guns and a rifle. M 45: 1, Nov.
6, '70.
Open letter to B.S. Maraj. /Letter
to the Editor/. M 50: 11, Dec.
11, '70.
Plenty parties plenty balls. T
5: 1, Feb. 1, '70.


Where has all the money gone?
45: 11, Nov. 6, '70.


MARCANO, VICTOR
Corruption wrecking local government
bodies. M 65: 1, 11, July 23, '71.
Local government. M 20: 8, Jan 16,
'70.
PNM youth convention; a farce. M
51: 11, Dec. 25, '70.
Reflections on the NYC 21st anniver-
sary convention. M 43: 8, Oct.
23, '70.

about
Human 'counters' in national stake.
M 27: 11, May 15, '70.
Marcano protests robber politics.
M 63: 2,_June 25, '71.
Marcano /Victor/ released. M 28:
11, July 3, '70.

MARIHUANA
The facts about herbs. M 129: 10,
Dec. '72.
Legalize marihuana? J. Walter.
M 76: 9, Nov. 27, '71.
Marijuana. M 19: 8, Dec. 22, '69.
More facts about marijuana. B.
Mootoo. T 2(12): 3, Dec. 24, '72.
The real dope on marijuana; the
hard cold facts! A. Tang Chow.
M 117: 8-9, Sept. 15, '72.
Surprise! Surprise! M 41: 6, Oct.
9, '70.
What you didn't know about marijuana.
B. Mootoo. T 2(11): 17, 19, Dec.
17, '72.
See also
Drugs and youth

MARINE RESOURCES CONSERVATION
Cuba


See also
Turtles


MARKETING
Seminar for decision-makers. M
113: 8, 15, Aug. 11, '72.
Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Central Marketing Agency

MARKETS
Trinidad and Tobago
Central Market in a mess. M 102:
12, May 26, '72.

MARSHALL, BERTIE
Bertie Marshall and tHe dream of
Laventille. K. Smith. T 24: 15,
Feb. 27, '72.
The Bertie Marshall story. Pt. 1,
Pan is mih gul. T 2(1):8, Sept.








MARSHALL, BERTIE (continued)
3, '72; Pt. 2, 2(2): 3, Sept. 17,
'72; Pt.3, 2(3): 11, Oct. 8, '72;
Pt.4, 2(4): 4, Oct. 22, '72; Pt.5,
The Madman. 2(5): 9, Nov. 5, '72;
Pt.6, The double tenor is born.
2(6): 10-11, Nov. 12, '72; Pt.7,
In the magic of Jouvert '65. 2(7):
10, Nov. 19, '72; Pt. 8, In the
footsteps of "Spree" Simon, 2(8):
11, Nov. 26, '72; Pt.9, No longer
outcasts but still... 2(9):: 11,


Dec. 3, '72.

MARSHALL, PAULE
To da-duh, In memorium.
97-101, '67.


NWQ 3(1/2):


MARSHALL, ROY
University boiling pot. L. Best.
T 2: 1,3,6, Oct. 19, '69.
U.W.I.; heritage or hangover? E.
Augustus. T 22: 2, 11, Nov. 7, '71.

MARSHALL, WOODVILLE
Gary Sobers and the Brisbane revol-
ution. NWQ 2(1): 35-42, '65.

MARTINIQUE
Demonstrations
Unrest in Martinique. M 55: 11,
Feb. 12, '71.

MARX. KARL
Cuban priests equate Church and
Marxism. M 114: -1, 14, Aug. 25,
'72.
C.L.R. the largest single influence
on my thought says Best. T 24:
12, Feb. 27, '72.
Independent thought and Caribbean
freedom. L. Best. NWQ 3(4):
13-34, '67.

MARXISM. See Marx, Karl

MASS MEDIA
Economic reorganization;proposals
before the February Revolution.
T 20: 9-10, 15-18, Aug. 29, '71.
See also

Newspapers.

MASSIAH, ERNEST
A chapter ends; will a new struggle
begin? T 2(12): 11, Dec. 24, '72.

MATELOT, Trinidad
Our plan for Matelot. T 2(2): Sept.
17, '72.


MATHEMATICS
Study and teaching
The 'new' mathematics in West Indian
schools. NWQ 2(4): 29-31, '66.

MATHURIN, LUCILLE
Creole authenticity; a review of E6
Braithwaite's The development of
Creole Society in Jamaica 1770-1820.
S 5: 115-20, June '71.


MATHURIN, OWEN
Tapia in bound volumes;
25: 14, Apr. 2, '72.


a review.


MATTHEWS, MARK _
For Cuffee. /poem/. S 3/4: 151-2,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Guyana not Ghana. /poej/. S 3/4:
153, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
Portia faces life. /poem/. S 3/4:
153-4, Dec. '70/Mar.'71.

MATZELIGER,JAN ERNEST
Negro inventor of shoe-lasting machine
(No. 4 in great negro series). M
110: 2, 15, July 21, '72.

MAXWELL, MARINA
Towards a revolution in the Arts.
S 1(2): 19-32, Sept. '70.

MAY, ANTHONY
'Cowboy Maya gives Hindus Gun Talk.
/Editorial/. M 89: 11, Feb. 26, 72.

MAYARO, Trinidad
East Coast rebellion brewing; discon-
tent over Amoco $1200m project. T
2(4): 1, 12, Oct. 22, 72.
Mayaro youths orotestL unemployment.
T 2(5): 12, Novo5, '72.
Tapia round the country. _Guayaguay-
are, Mayaro. /Editorial/. T 2(11):
2, Dec. 17, '72.

MAYORS
See also
Achong, Tito P.

MEDICAL CARE
Trinidad and Tobago
Moko writes on Mamin and presto!
Machine like magic. M 107: 7, June
30, '72.
Typical inhumanity of the PNM beasts.
The tragic case of Mamin Gaffar. M
106: 15, June 23, '72.

MEDICAL PROFESSION. See Physicians.








MEDICAL SERVICE. See Medical care.

MEEKS, BRIAN
Freedom Sounds. Zpoem/. S 3/4: 135,
Dec. '70/Mar.'71.

MENDES, ALFRED
Discovering literature in Trinidad:
the nineteen thirties. C.L.R.
James. S 1(2): 54-60, Sept. '70.

MICHAEL X. See Malik, Abdul

MIDDLE CLASSES
Les balletsafricains; cultural
dilemna. G. Rohlehr. M 3:1, Nov.
29, '68.
Independent thought and Caribbean
freedom L. Best. NUQ 3(4): 13-34,
'67.
No Roman holiday this. M 1:4, Oct.
28, '68.
Guyana
Masses in action. W. Rodney. NWQ
2(3): 30-7, '66.
Twenty years of politics in our land.
D. Decaires and M. Fitzpatrick.
NWQ 2(3): 39-45, '66.
Trinidad and Tobago
House rates war: will the middle class
retreat? L Carballo. M 97: 10,
Apr. 21, '72.
The Valsayn story; the radicalization
of the bourgeoisie. M 130: 12, Dec.
15, '72.

MESSIAHSHIP(politics). See Leadership.

MILES, GENE
A chapter ends; will a new struggle
begin? E. Massiah. T 2(12): 11, Dec.
24, '72.
Fallen angel ina shroud 'of news print.
S. Lowhar. T 2(11): 12, Dec. 17, '72.
The politics of assassination. J.
Millette. M 130: 3, Dec. 15, '72.
A medal for Jean. M 68: 8, Sept.
10, '71.
The Queen is dead; long live the queen.
C. Prescott. M 130: 8, Dec. 15, '72.

MILITARISM
Militarism, Latin American Style?
L. King. M 9: 1, 3, Feb. 28, '69.

MILLER, ERROL
Education and society in Jamaica.
S 5: 51-70, June '71.

MILLETTE, JAMES
Another oil swindle. M 131: 3, Dec.
22, '72.
Archbishop raps money Gods. M 132:
1, 12, Dec. 19, '72.


The black revolution in the Caribbean.
Trinidad. Moko Enterprises, 1971. lOp.
Also published in M 108: 7, July 7,,'72.
109: 7, July 14, '72; 110: 7, July 21,
'72; 113: 7, Aug, 11, '72; 119: 6,
Aug.- 25, '72.
The Caribbean Free Trade Association:
the West Indies at the cross roads.
NUQ 4(4): 32-47, '68.
Carifta in the toils again. M 28:
4, 11, July 3, '70.
Carifta: that unholy mess. M 122: 4,
Oct. 20, '72.
Christmas message. M 51: 5, Dec. 25,
'70.
The cost of living; UNIP's letter to
Padmore. M 64: 3, July 16, '71.
Cowboy Jack's a far greater tragedy.
M 104: 3, June 9, '72.
The crisis in sugar. M 77: 5, Dec. 4,
'71.
Detainees, soldiers pose new problems
for 28 p.c. gov't. M 103: 3, 5, DJune
'72.
Divali greeting, M 44: 3, Oct. 30, '70.
The DLP and Trinidad. M 17: 1-2, June
20, '69.
Disunity holding back the country. M
83: 3, Jan. 15, '72.
Doctrines of imperial responsibility.
NWQ 2(3): 79-85, '66.
Eid-ul-fitr message. M 48: 1, Nov.
27, '70.
Emergency has unmasked the traitors.
M 106: 3, 11, June 23, '72.
End of a decade, end of an era. Pt.1,
M 19: 8, Dec. 22, '69; Pt. 2, 20: 5-6,
Jan 16, '70; Pt. 3, 21: 5, Jan. 30,
'70; Pt.4, 22: 6-7, Feb. 13, '70; Pt.
5, 23: 2, 11, Feb 27, '70; Pt. 6, 24:
4. Mar. 20, '70. Pt. 7, 25: 4, Apr.
10, '70.
The enforcers...for standards now. M
125: 4, Nov. 10, '72.
Exit Norman. M 3: 1, 4, Nov. 29, '68.
Gene Miles: the politics of assassina-
tion. M 130: 3, Dec. 15, '72.
Have they decided to devalue already?
M 81: 3, Dec. 30, '71.
Here we stand. M 40: 1, 9, Oct. 2, '70.
If they won't unite we have to force
them. M 86: 3, Feb. 5, '72.
If we're going to unite, we can't con-
fuse tactics with ideology. M 84: 3,
Jan 22, '72.
In the scale. M 28: 2, July, 3, '70.
ISA all fall down. MS Mby 2,'69.
The IRA: a heinous attack on the
working classes. M 98: 3-4, Apr.
28, '72.
Interpreting violence. MVS May 17, '69.
An irresponsible government. M 78: 3,
Dec. 11, '71.
The James Millette Column. M 76: 4, Nov.
27, '71; 79: 3, Dec. 18, '71; 80: 3,
Dec. 23, '71.








MILLETTE, JAMES (continued)
Jokers in the pack must go now. M 88:
3-4, Feb. 18, '72.
Judases in the trade union movement.
M 96: 3-4, Apr. 14, '72.
The judges story. M 118: 4, Sept. 22,
'72.
The lawsuit brigade; bid to halt
publication fails. M 102: 3,
May 26, '72.
Leading politically. M 21: 3, Jan.
70, '70; 22:3, Febi 13, '70; 23: 3,
Feb. 27, '70; 24: 3, Mar. 20, '70;
25: 3, Apr. 10, '70.
London Report. M 36: 5, Sept. 4, '70.
The menace of illegal government. M
60: 2, 7-8, May 28, '71.
Money sharks preying on the ketch-ass
fishermen; big shot boat owners get-
ting all the bread. M 92: 3, 8, Mar.
17, '72.
The National oil company. M 4: 1, 3,
Dec. 13, '68.
'New Federation' group has little
to offer. M 107: 3, June 30, '72.
The new stage. M 13: 2, Apr. 2.5, '69.
New targets for our nation. LSpeech.'
delivered at Woodford Square April
12, 1970/. M 27: 5-9, May 15, '70.
Obeah. M 119: 4, Sept. 29, '72.
Only the brave; reflections on the
withdrawal of the ACDC/DLP from the
talks on electoral reform. M 53: 11-
12, Jan. 15, '71.
Opposition: time to play our own game.
M 97: 3, Apr. 21, '72.
The oppressors and oppressed. M 64:
8. July 16, '71; Reply. 67: 4, Aug.
20, '71.
The Otto Silva spy saga. M 117: 4,
Sept. 15, '72.
Our fears are proven; the Constitution
team is dead. M 89: 3, Feb. 26, '72.
Party turns down constitution Commission.
LLetter to Sir Hugh Wooding/. M 65:
2, July 23, '71.
Pensions. M 18: 1-2, July 4, '69.
PNM putting personal before national
good. M 112: 3, 11, Aug. 4, '72.
Phoney goings-on in the gov't phone
co. M 87: 3, 5, Feb. 12, '72.
Police will brutalize police in a
police state. M 101: 3-4, May 19,
'72.
Politics? Is we business too! M 129:
3, Dec. 8, '72.
The politics of succession; a topical
analysis of the political situation
in Trinidad and Tobago. Port of
Spain, Trinidad, Moko Enterprises.
Apr. '70. 12p.
Public ownership? Ha! Ha! 28 per-
centers say: we PNM own all. M 93:
3, 9, Mar. 24, '72.


Rates war; isymbolio rejection of the
PNM. M 95: 3, Apr. 7, '72.
The real story; Tapia House Group
says everybody tried to hold back...
M 75: 5, Nov. 20, '71.
Saint Nkrumah; a great black man. M
99: 3, May 5, '72.
Salute to Moko's 100th issue. M 100:
3, 5, May 12, '72.
Second independence decade; people will
make theiurplay. M 115: 3, Sept. 1,
'72.
Spinning top in mud. M 42: 4, Oct. 16,
'70.
Spotlight on UNIP. M 71: 11, Oct. 8,
'71.
Stumble bums. M 127: 3, Nov. 24, '72.
Tapia; DLP calling for corrupt elections?
M 94: 3, Mar. 31, '72.
Teeth don't laugh at nothing good.
Tapia's Constituent Assembly. M 63:
3, 11, June 25, '71.
Time has come for opposition to unite.
M 82: 3-4, Jan. 8. '72.
Time is no longer on Williams' side.
M 85: 3, Jan. 29, '72.
Time to end all this foolishness. Co-
hesive opposition action needed. M
105: 3, 4, June 16, '72.
Time to unite; how much longer must we
suffer? M 73: 3-4, Oct. 29, '71. _
Tito P. Achong vs Eric Williams. /review
of Mayor's Annual Report.1943/. M 53:'
6-7,-9, Jan 15, '71.
Two Chinas? M 67: 6-7, Aug. 20, '71.
UNIP leader demands polls supervision.
/Letter to the Editors of the Press/.
M 59: 8, May 21, '71.
UNIP press release 21/6/'71. M 63: 3,
June 25, '71.
The U.S. Presidential election. M 111:
3, July 28, '72.
Vietnam and the American elections. M
124: 4, Nov. 3, '72.
WASA; Moko's triumph. M 128: 3, Dec.
1, '72.
Whither DAC? Moko open for your views
- don't zigzag. M 90: 3, 10, Mar.
10, '72.
Why not bring Ugandan Indians here. M
116: 4, Sept. 8, '72.
Why the fuzz bad so. M 123: 4, Oct.
27, '72.
Why we hid! M 75: 4-5, Nov. 20, '71.
The Williams Strategy. M 120: 4, Oct.
29, '72.
Winning the war. M 29: 1-2, 11-12,
July 17, '70; 30: 1-2, July 24, '70.
about
The geologist as the historian. /Review
of 'The Civil Commission of 1802; an
early account and issue in the early
constitutional and political history
of Trinidad'./ P. Nunez. M 42: 4,9,
Oct. 16, '70.









MILLETTE, JAMES (continued)


about

Know your leader. M 48: 3, Nov. 27,
'70.
Dr. Millette at Action Committee meeting.
M 48: 2, Nov. 27, 970.
The Nation in danger. TSNC, p.1, Nov.
14, '71.
Plenty parties, plenty balls. A. Espinet.
T 5: 1, Feb 1, '70.
Spotlight on the U.S.A. Millette inter-
viewed on U.S. tour by Phillip Nunez.
M 51: 12-13, Dec. 25, '70.
They want a bacchanal leader. M 49:
12, Dec. 4, '70.
UNIP; peoples' choice. Millette most
capable leader. M 125: 2, Nov. 10,
'72.
See also
Union of Revolutionary Organizations
(Trinidad and Tobago) Press Conferen-
ces.
United National Independence Party
(Trinidad and Tobago).

MITTLEHOLZER, EDGAR
But, alas Edgar! G. Lamming. NWQ 2(3):
18-19, '66.
The rhythm of society and landscape.
(Mittleholzer, Carew, Williams, Dathorne).
LReview article. W. Cartey. NWQ
2(3): 97-104, '66.

MODEST, RUBY
Tomorrow's youth. /poemf%. M 128: 11,
Dec. 1, '72.

MOHAMMED, CLIVE
The arts. M 21: 4, Jan. 30, '70.

MOHAMMED, KAMALUDDIN
"Boobs" Kamal must resign. M 113: 1,
16, Aug. 11, '72.
Kamal, Cuba and Sugar. 5fditorial7.
M 14: 3, Apr. 9, '69.
Kamal, Eric in Montano row. M 121: 1,
12, Oct. 13, '72.
Kamaluddin and the genius. V. Pierce.
M 36: 4, Sept. 4, '70.
Pussonal nonarchy; the paradox of power
in Trinidad. A. Espinet and J. Farmer.
T 3:6, Nov. 16, '69.

MOHIDDIN, AHMED
Nyerere and Ujamaa. NWQ 4(3): 23-40,
'68.
/Review of7 Politics in West Africa by
W. Arthur Lewis. NWQ 2(4): 49-65, '66.

MOKO (newspaper)
Abeng, Moko and New World a review.
N. Girvan.. NWQ 5(1/2): 1-4, '69.
Call that George. M 16: 3, June 6, '69.
CCGA brings off. M 88: 12, Feb. 18, '72.


Communication and crisis. M 27: 3,
May 15, '70.
LEditorialj. M 19: 3, Dec. 22, '69;
21: 3, Jan. 30, '70; 25: 3, Apr.
10, '70.
Editors' Assoc. tries to bring off on
Moko. M 89: 2, Feb. 12, '72.
It was fun selling our paper. M 84:
4, Jan. 22, '72.
Kwetw pins Moko. M 128: 4, Dec. 1,
'72.
The Lawsuit brigade: bid to halt
publication fails. J. Millette.
M 102: 3, May 26, '72.
The ministry of fear. 3/ditorial7.
M 16: 2-3, June 6, '69.
Moko better than Harribance. M 132:
11, Dec. 29, '72.
Moko gets CIA bread. M 89: 12, Feb.
26, '72,
Mokojumbieo fEditorial_. M 1:2-3,
Oct. 28, '68; 2:2-3, Nov. 15, '68.
5:2-3, Dec. 27, '68.
Mokojumbie. LTditoriaj_. Moko after
six months. M 12: 3, Apr. 11, '69.
New look Moko soon. M 125: 12, Nov.
10, '72.
New stage in the struggle. M 127: 4,
Nov. 24, '72.
Plenty parties, plenty balls. A.
Espinet. T 5: 1, 8, Feb. 1, '70.
Salute to Moko's 100th issue. J.
Millette. M 100: 3, 5, May 12, '72.
See-through politics perception in
the country of the blind. /Editorial7.
T 5: 2, Feb. 1, '70.
Weeks praises UNIP, Moko. M 111: 16,
July 28, '72.
Yes, you can read and sell Moko freely.
M 28: 1, July 3, '70.

MOKO ENTERPRISES
Moko reorganizes. M 11:3, Mar. 28,
'69o
Mokojumbie. L/ditorial7. M 16: 2-3,
June 6, '69.
Sneak attack by phone company. Ivan
is trying to put squeeze on Moko. M
96: 7, Apr. 14, '72.


MONEY


Devaluation


Devaluation; why Britain devalued.
What's wrong with the World's money
in NUWOB no. 3, 1968. pp. 1-18, '68.
Gov't don't know how economy works.
M 82: 9, 11, P. Nunez, Jan. 8, '72.
Have, they decided to devalue already?
J. Millette. M 81: 3, Dec. 30, '71.
Some issues of trade policy in the West
Indies. A. Mc Intyre. NWQ 2(2): 1-
20, '66.








MONEY (continued)
International aspects
The World money crisis. M 77: 4, 15,
Dec. 4, '71.

MONOPOLIES
Trinidad and Tobago
White group controls the milk supply.
Gov't backs $20 monopoly Co. of
Yanks, N. Zealanders. M 101: 6-7,
May 19, '72.

MONTANO, GERARD
Kamal, Eric in Montano row. M 121:
1, 12, Oct. 13, '72.

MOORE, RICHARD
On Barbadians and minding other
people's business. NWQ 3(1/2):
69-75, '67.

MOOTOO, BLADWIN
More facts about marijuana. T 2(12):
3, Dec. 24, '72.
Sobers hits laws for six. T 2(9):
10, Dec. 3, '72.
What you didn't know about marijuana.
T 2(11): 17, 19, Dec. 17, '72.

MORALES, ANDREU
The role of school teachers; some
harsh realities. M 51: 10, Dec.
25, '70.

MORALS AND SOCIAL CLASSES. See Social
classes and morals.

MORALS AND THE CALYPSO. See Calypso
and morals.

MORANT BAY RIOTS, Jamaica
See Jamaica History Morant
Bay Riots.

MORDECAI, JOHN
Federation and after. NWQ 3(1/2):
87-96, '67.


MORDECAI, MARTIN
Intimations of age. /poem/.
140-1, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.


S 3/4:


MORRIS, MERVYN
The day my father died. 5poem/.
NUQ 2(3): 119, '66,.
I am the man. /poem/. S 3/4: 39, Dec.
'70/Mar. '71.
Niggers everywhere. /A review of'
Rights of Passage /by/ E. Brath-
waite/. NWQ 3(4i: 61-5, '67.
The pond. /poem/. S 3/4: 37-8,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.


To an expatriate friend. /Zoej/2. S
3/4: 37, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
This broken ground. E.o rathwaite's
triology of poems. NWQ 5(3): 14-26,
'70.
University study. S 3/4T 38-9, Dec.
'70/Mar. '71.
Valley Prince. (for Don D) /poem/.
M 18: 1, June 6, '69. also in S
3/4: 38, Dec. '70/Mar.'71.


MORRIS, OLIVE
WU Indians on trial in London.
5, Oct. 27, '72.


M 123:


MORTENOL, SOSTHENE H.
Great Negro Naval Officer. Great Negro
series No. 9. M 115: 9, 11, Sept.
1, '72.

MOTOR BUSES
Rope on the PTSC bus. Fighting, cussing
and hogishness. M 105: 5, June 16, '72.

MOUNT LAMBERT, Trinidad
LLetter to the Editor/. M 33: 2, Aug.
14, '70.

MOVEMENT AGAINST OPPRESSION (Guyana)
Gangster rule, American style. T
22: 9, Nov. 7, '71.
Guyana: the Corrup-rative Republic.
M. Fitzpatrick. T 20: 21, Aug. 29,
'71.


MULCHANSINGH, VERNON
Texaco in Trinidad; What
left out; reasons why.
Sept. 24- '71.

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT


the Guardian
M 69: 5,8,


Trinidad and Tobago
Book Reviews
Tito P.Achong vs Eric Williams._ /Review
of Mayor's Annual Report, 1943/. M
: 6-7, 9, Jan. 15, '71.


MUNROE, TREVOR
Black power and the coloured Jamaica
M 42: 6-7, Oct. 16, '70.
Conventions and conventional politic
T 13: 2, Jan, 31, '71.
/Review of/ The growth of the modern
West Indies Lby/ Gordon Lewis. NWQ
5(1/2): 74-7, '69.
Nationalism and democracy in Jamaica
NWQ 4(4): 24-9, '68.

about
Munroe fights back. M 132: 1, 12,
Dec. 29, '72.
UWI crisis goes on. D. Pantin. T
2(12): 3, Dec. 24, '72.


n.

s.


.








MUNROE, TREVOR (Continued)
about
UWI declares Marshall law. M 131: 16,
Dec. 22, '72.

MURRAY, DAVID
Afro-Carib consciousness. T 1: 5,
Sept. 28, '69.

MUSIC
Trinidad and Tobago
The arts. M 22: 4, Feb. 13, '70.


MUSIC, AFRICAN
Jazz goes back to Africa. T
Sept. 3, '72.


2(1): 14,


MUSIC, AMERICAN
Can the U.S. buy African soul set for
Boogaloo. T 2(8): 5, Nov. 26, '72.

MUSIC, JAMAICAN
After thoughts. G. Rohlehr. T 23: 8, 13,
Dec. 26, '71.
Sounds and pressure. G. Rohlehr, Pt.1,
M 16: 4, June 6, '69; Pt.2, M 17: 3,
June 20, '69.

MUSIC FESTIVALS
Trinidad and Tobago
The Arts; Music Festivals. M 20: 10,
Jan. 16, '70.

MUSICIANS, GUYANESE
See also
Pilgrim, Phillip.

MUSICIANS, JAMAICAN
See also
Drummond, Don.

MUSICIANS, TRINIDADIAN
Continuing cultural obliteration; plight
of the local artists. L. Layne. T 8:
4-5, Aug. 9, '70.
See also
Tanker, Andre.

MUSLIMS IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Will I be here for next year's Eid?
T 2(6): 9, Nov. 12, '72.

MUTUNHU, DAYA
Britain's post-colonial burden in
Uganda. Third World Symposium on
Asians in East Africa. T 2(3):
4, 9-10, Oct. 8, '72.

NJAC. See National Joint Action Commit-
tee, (Trinidad and Tobago),,

NUGFW. See National Union of Government
and Federated Workers.


NAIPAUL, VIDIA
Character and rebellion in A
House for Mr. Biswas /by Vo
Naipaul. NWQ 4(4.): 62-72, '68.
The Knight's companion. Ganesh,
Biswas and Stone; novels_by V.
Naipaul. /Review article/. U.
Cartey. NWQ_2(6): 93-8, '65.
Literature /discussion of VU.S.
Naipaul's alienation/. M 68:
2, Sept. 10, '71.
The Mimic men; a study of isola-
tion. M. Thorpe. /Review arti-
cle/. NWQ 4(4): 55-9, '68.
Naipaul's article on black power
criticized. L. Rudolph. M 43:
3, Oct. 23, '70.
Of humming birds and brass face.
A. Espinet. T 2: 5, 8, Oct.
19, '69.
Rediscovery from outside. /Review
of/ The loss of El Dorado /by/
U.S. Naipaul. J. Carnegie. S 5:
125-8, June '71.
The writer and society. U.
Hackett. M 4: 4, Dec.13, '68.

NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK
(Trinidad and Tobago)
Budget comment. F.Francis. T 12:
19, Dec. 20, '7U.
Sou-sou banking. L. Best. T 9:
10, Sept. 28, '70.

NATIONAL JOINT ACTION COMMITTEE
(Trinidad and Tobago)
Day of national brotherhood. T
2(11): 12, Dec. 17, '72.
The great Alliance. M 12: 1-2,
Apr. 11, '69.
J.N.A.C.; a new beginning. M 11:
3, Mar. 28, '69.
/Letter to the Editor/. Co Hura-
can. T 11: 8, Novo29, '70.
New left on the right. /Edito-
rial/. T 6: 2, Mar. 8, '70.
The new stage. JoMillette. M 13:
2, Apr. 25, '69.
NJAC goes into new phase. M 118:
5, Sept. 22, '72.
NJAC join fight. M 100: 11,
May 12, '72.
Positive achievement of the NJAC.
T 27: 9-10, May 18, '72.
Thanks to our artists. M 12: 2,
Apr. 11, '69.


See also


Liberation (newspaper).
Trinidad and Tobago February
Revolution, 1970.







NATIONAL LOTTERIES. See Lotteries.
NATIONAL RECONSTRUCTION. See Trinidad
and Tobago National Reconstruction.
NATIONAL SERVICE
Guyana
Working notes towards the unification of
Guyana. Pt. 1-8, NWQ Zl/: 1-81, Mar.'63.
Trinidad and Tobago
Economic reorganization;proposals
before the February Revolution. T 20:
9-10, 15-18, Aug. 29, '71.
Now who remembers Agriculture Year?
(address to Harland Society, U.W.I.)
L.Best. T 2(10): 6-7, 11, Dec. 10, '72.

NATIONAL SPORTS COUNCIL (Trinidad and
Tobago)
Service with a smile. M 119: 15,
Sept. 29, '72.
NATIONAL UNION OF GOVERNMENT AND FED-
ERATED WORKERS (Trinidad and Tobago)
NUGFW unable to sustain Congress policy
on poaching. T 27: 12, May 18, '72.

NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL (Trinidad and
Tobago)
Reflections on the NYC 21st anniversary
convention. V. Marcano. M 43: 8,
Oct. 23, '70.
Youth Council press release. M 36: 3,
Sept. 4, '70.

NATIONALISM
End of a decade, end of an era. Pt. 3,
J.Millette. M 21: 8, Jan. 20, '70.
The ministry of fear. LEditorial_/.
M 18: 2-3, July 4, '69.
Mokojumbie. /Editorial/. M 1: 2-3, Oct.
28, '68.
The new stage. J.Millette. M 13: 2,
Apr. 25, '69.
The problems... T 1: 4, Sept.28, '69.
Thoughts on nationalism. K.Tracey.
M 49: 4, 10-11, Dec. 4, '70.
Whose side are you on? Reflections from
a secluded place. A. Espinet. T 8:
8, Aug. 9, '70.
Canada
Canada: economic dependence and poli-
tical disintegration. K. Levitt.
NWQ 4(2)s57-139, '68.
Jamaica
Nationalism and democracy in Jamaica.
T. Munroe. NWQ 4(4): 24-9, '68.
Latin America
Ideologies and attitudes among the
Spanish speaking 'intelligentsia' in
the Caribbean. M. Maldonado-Denis.
NWQ 2(4): 1-9, '66.


Trinidad and Tobago
Afro -Carib consciousness. Do
Murray. M 1: 5, Sept. 28, '69.
Afro-Indian studies not good
enough for the revolution. R.
Jagessar. M 92: 9, Mar. 17, '72.
Doctrines of imperial responsibil-
ity. J. Millette. NWQ 2(3): 79-
85, '66.
Get to hell outa here. M 10: 1,
Mar. 14, '69.
The PNM;shifting sands. A. Ram-
rekersingh. T 1: 1, 8, Sept.
28, '69.
Time for our national calypso.
C. George. M 130: 11, Dec. 15,'72.

NATIONALISM IN LITERATURE
End of a decade, end of an era.
J.Millette. M 22: 6-7, Feb.13,'70.

NATIONALIZATION. See Government
ownership.

NATURE CONSERVATION.
See also
Buccoo Reef, Tobago.

NEAL AND MASSY" GROUP (Trinidad and
Tobago)
The Neal and Massy.' Monster monopoly.
M 132: 6, Dec. 29, '72.
PNM anti-labour. M 127: 8, Nov.
24, '72.

NEO-COLONIALISM
Black power in human song. In the
interest of freedom and justice.
S.Lowhar. TP Noo2, '70, 4p.
Chaguaramas to slavery. L. Best.
NWQ 2(1): 43-70, '65.
Doctrines of imperial responsibil-
ity. J.Millette. NWQ 2(3): 79-85,
'66.
Politics is we business too.
3. Millette. M 129: 3, Dec.8,'72.

NESTLE'S PRODUCTS (Trinidad and
Tobago)
/Letter to the Editor/. M 69: 4,
Sept. 24, '71.
Nestle's. M 68: 7, Sept. 10, '71.
Nestle's confesses. M 73: 22,
Oct. 29, '71.
Resistance; the cost of living.
M 67: 9, Aug. 20, '71.
Sta-fresh water. M 71: 1, Oct.
8, '71.
Water in your milk; what's in a
tin of condensed milk? M 69:
1, Sept. 24, '71.
Wringing time for Nestle's. M
65: 12, July 23, '71.








NEW BEGINNING (newspaper)
The unconventional press. T 15: 4-5,
May 9, '71.

NEW GUINEA
See also
Bauxite Industry Government ownership.

NEW JAMAICA STUDY GROUP (North America)
Prophets abroad: West Indian leader-
ship in America- D. Forsythe. T
2(5): 6-7, Nov. 5, '72.

NEW WORLD FORNIGHTLY (periodical)
Issues in the Windward Jamaica
banana war. G. Beckford. NWQ 2(l):
3-11, '65.

NEW WORLD GROUP
Abenc, Moko and New World; a review.
N. Girvan. NWQ 5(1/2): 1-4, '69.
Black Power and the music of resistance.
fReview of The Black Man in the
Caribbean by B. Riviere/. T 26: 3,
7, May 7, '72.
Black power in human song. In the
interest of freedom and justice. S
Lowhar. TP No. 2, '70. 4p.
/Editoria./. NWQ 4(4): 1, '68.
The intellectual tradition and social
change in the Caribbean; an appraisal
of New World in NWP /no. j/: 10-16,
'66.
Leadership vs.prophecy. T 3:2, Nov.
16, '69.
New World Group Reports. Report of
Chairman, Mona Group, 1967-1968. N.
Girvan. NWQ 4(3): 1-6, '68.
Origins of the Tapia House Group.
/Editorial/. T 2:4, Oct. 19, '69.
Round and round. /Editorial/. NWQ
4(4): 1-2, '68.
University boiling pot. L. Best. T
2: 1, 3, 6, Oct. 19, '69.
Whither New World? L. Best. NWQ 4(l):
1-6. '67.

NEW WORLD QUARTERLY (periodical)
/Editorial_4: NWQ 2(1): 1-2, '65.
/Editorial/. NWQ 3(3):1, '67.'
Replies. Ivan van Sertima. 4(4):
56-7, '67; Garth White. 4(4): 57-
8, '67.
The racial double standard. Review
comment on Guyana and Barbados
Independence issues. /New World
Quarterly/. 8, Reckford. NWQ
3(3): 65-8, '67.

NEW WORLD SPLIT. See New World Group.

NEWSPAPERS
See also
Bomb (newspaper)..
Express (newspaper).
Guardian (newspaper).
West Indian (newspaper).


Sunday Punch (rew :~er)
Unconventional Press

NGAKANE, PASCAL
Homeless; at home. M 71: 6-7, Oct.
8, '71. /Reprinted from Sechaba/.

NICHOLLS, DAVID
Law and justice. Pt. 1. M 18:1,
4, July 4, '69.
Writings about Haiti. NWQ 5(1/2):
77-80, '69.

NIKAU, TOPI
Constantine; a political fragment.
66: 2, 6, Aug. 6, '71.

NKRUMAH, KWAME
Saint Nkrumah; a great black man.
J. Millette. M 99: 3, May 5, '72.


NUNS, FRED
Fewcha gaan. /poem/.
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.


S 3/4: 150


NUNEZ, CLIVE
Free Nunez: TIWU; resolution of the
Women's Auxiliary Council of the
Transport and Industrial Workers'
Union. M 77: 16, Dec. 4, '71.
Free Weekes and Nunez. T 23: 15,
Dec. 26, '71.

NUNEZ, PHILIP
The budget was yak, yak, yak. M
3: 9, 11, Jan 15, '72.
Chagacabana hotel in trouble;...
open letter to Padmore. M 71: 1,
Oct. 8, '71.
Constitution con-men: tailor-made
for the 28 p.c. gov't. Pt. 1. M
87: 10, Feb. 12, '72; Pt. 2, 88:
10, Feb. 18, '72.
The geologist as the historian.
/Review of "The Civil Commission of
1802: an account and issue in .the
early constitutional and political
history of Trinidad by James Millette./
M 42: 4, 9, Oct. 16, '70.
Gov't don't know how economy works. M
82: 9, 11, Jan. 8, '72.
Hyatali: odds-on favorite. Gates fly
open for chief justice stakes. M
77: 3, Dec. 4, '71.
Ignorant labour leaders a keep back.
M 102: 4,_May 26, '72.
/Review of/ In a Fine Castle /by/ D.
Walcott. M 73: 12-13,Oct. 29, '71.
The Insurance Scheme. M 78: 1, Dec.
11, '71.
National insurance. M 74: 2, 8, Nov.
13, '71.
NIS: Judgement day will come soon..
M 96: 2, Apr. 14, '72.
People reject Williams. M 55: 3,
Feb. 12, '71.
The politics of P-of-S house rates.
M 97: 7, Apr. 21, '72.








NUNEZ,PHILIP (Continued)
Repression day is today. M 104:
16, June 3, '72.
That Caroni deal? M .32: 1, 7,
Aug. 7, '70. Reply. LLetter to
the Editor/. 33: 2, Aug. 14, '70.
UNIP replies to Tapia. M 109:
1, July 14, '72.
Williams the theorist. M 40: 4,
9, Oct 2, '70.

NURSES AND NURSING
Nurses, a neglected bunch. M
35. 2, 8, Aug. 28, '70.
... Nurses back at Whitehall. .M
46: 2, Nov. 20, '70.
Only a crisis for audience with
P.M. /Prime Minister/. M 37: 1,
Sept. 11, '70.

NYERERE, JULIUS
Nyerere and Ujamaa A. Mohiddin.
NWQ 4(3): 23-40, '67.
Tanzania shows Africa the way
ahead. T 2(l): 5, 16, Sept. 3,
'72.


OIL FIELD WORKERS TRADE UNION
(Trinidad and Tobago)
The oppressors and oppressed.
J. Millette. M 64: 8, July 16,
'71; Reply. 67: 4, Aug. 20, '71.
Restructuring the Trinidad
economy. S. Ryan. NWQ 4(4):
7-23, '68.
Weekes in jail, Edwards cam-
paigning. New boss for OWTU?
M 80: 1, Dec. 23, '71.
See also
Weekes, George
also subhead Trinidad and
Tobago under the subject
Industrial relations.



OLIVER, TREVOR
A new start. M 18: 1, 3,
July 4, '69.

OMBUDSMAN
Crime and punishment ... a view
of administrative reform. D.
Solomon. T 3: 16, Nov. 16, '69.
The ombudsman. H. Bisnath. M 45:
4, Nov. 6, '70.


OPEC. See Organization of Petro-
leum Exporting Countries.

OWTU. See Oilfield Workers Trade
Union.

O'BRIEN, KEN
Notes on Trinidad. M 54: 6-7,
10, Jan. 29, '71.

OCEAN BOTTOM
Coming to grief on the
continental shelf. D. Solomon.
T 6: 6-7, Mar. 8, '70.
That sea bed issue. M 75: 3,
Novo 20, '710

O'HALLORAN JOHN
Pussonal nonarchy; the paradox
of power in Trinidad. A.
Eepinet and J. Farmer. T 3: 6,
Nov, 16, '69o
The Williams gang. /EditorialJ/.
M 71g 3, Oct. 8, '71.

OIL INDUSTRIES
See also Petroleum Industry.

OILFIELD WORKERS TRADE UNION
(Trinidad and Tobago)
Just a lot of rubber talk.
/Editorial/o T 18: 2, July, '71.
New threat to Weekes. M 98: 8,
Apr. 28, '72o


OMOWALE
We, the people. M
'72.


128: 11, Dec. 1,


O'NEALE, DUNCAN
Duncan O'Neale: Apostle of freedom.
K. Hunte. NWQ 3(1/2): 84-6, '67.

ORGANIZATION OF PETROLEUM EXPORTING
COUNTRIES
OPEC slaps 28 percenters. M 112: 2,
Aug. 4, '72o
OPEC snub KO's doctor politics. T
29: 1, 8, Aug. 13, '72o

ORIGINAL YOUNG BRIGADE (Trinidad
and Tobago)
OYB. Co Prescott, M 21: 4, Jan. 30,
'70.

OROPOUCHE
Neglect. /Flooding of the Oro-
pouche Lagoon7/. M 37: 9, Sept.
11, '70.

ORPHANAGES
Death of an orphan, M 119: 7,
Sept. 29, '72.
Orphanage Scandal. M 121: 10, Oct.
13, '72.

OXAAL, IVOR
Black intellectuals come to power.
/by I. OxaaJ/o C. Farier. NWQ
5(4): 74-8, '72.








OXLEY, KEN
Argo XX. M 36: 3, Sept. 4, '70.


PNC. See People's National Congress
(Guyana).

PNM. See People's National Movement
(Trinidad and Tobago).

PNP. See People's National Party.
(Jamaica).

PPP. See People's Progressive Party
(Guyana).

PADMORE, GEORGE
Discovering literature in Trinidad:
the nineteen thirties. C.L.R. James.
S 1(2): 54-60, Sept. '70.
Extracts from a letter to C.L.R.
James in May 1964. L. Best. T
10: 4-5, Nov. 1, '70.

PADMORE, OVERAND
Amoco Minister says cheap thing
good. M 100: 2, May 12, '72.
Cabinet musical chairs: Inside Info.
M 119: 5, Sept. 29, '72.
Chagac'abana hotel in trouble; ...
open letter to Padmore. P. Nunez.
M 71: 1, Oct. 8, '71.
Paddy: time to check on thecom-
mission agents. /Editorial,/
M 94. 5, Mar, 31, '72.
Padmore's $100,000 pad. M 832 1,
Jan. 15, '72.
Politicians fight over key post.
War for the Amoco ministry. M
92: 12, Mar. 17, '72.

PAINTING, WEST INDIAN
The artist in the Caribbean. S
1(2): 16-18, Sept. '70.

PALMER, EVERARD
/Re.view of/ The Humming Bird People.
Lby/ C. E. Palmer. A. Salkey.
M 65: 9, July 24, '71.

PAN AFRICANISM
Book Reviews
Edward Wilmot Blyden: Pan Negro
patriot Lby/ H. Lynch. /review
article/. St. C. Drake. NWQ
4(4): 51-4, '68


PANAMA
Panama has a West Indian city
T 2(7): 9, Nov. 19, '72.


PANCHAYAT
See also Trinidad and Tobago
Constitutional reform.

PANTIN, ANTHONY, Archbishop of
Trinidad and Tobago
Archbishop raps money gods.
J. Milletteo M 132: 1, 12, Dec.
19, '72.
The current national crisis. TSNjC/
No. 1, Mar. '70, 2p.

PANTIN, DENNIS
Cobo cyah eat sponge cake. T 2(9):
12, Dec, 3, '72.
A long road to travel. T 21: 5,
Oct. 3, '71o
Gov't. by probe. T 2(10): 5, Dec.
10, '72.
UWI crisis goes on. T 2(12): 3,
Dec. 24, '72.
Wang Yu take over now. T 2(8): 3,
Nov. 26, '72.
What East Indians have given to WI
society. T 2(6): 12, Nov. 12, '72,

PARMASAD, K. V.
By the light of a Deya. T 22: 5,
8, Nov, 7, '71.
Seeds of India on Caribbean shores.
T 2(8): 6-7,,Nov. 26, '72.

PARTIES, POLITICAL. See Political
parties

PARTY GOVERNMENT, See Political
parties

PARTY POLITICS, See Political
parties0

PATERSON, 3ANIS
The elections are over ... the
politics continues ... T 17:
4-5, June 27, '71.

PATRONAGE, POLITICAL
'Fix-up' politics in Rio Claro.
T 24: 14, Feb. 27, '72.
The unmasking of Mitra Q.C. M
117: 3, Sept. 15, '72.

PATTERSON,, ORLANDO
Frantz Fanon: my hope and-hero.
/Review of The Damned by Frantz
Fanon/. NWQ 2(3): 93-5, '66.
Social aspects of the sugar
industry. NWQ 5(1/2): 47-9, '69.

PEASANTRY


Barbados


The poor man and his land. T.
Hills. NWQ 3(1/2): 110-3, '66.
Guyana
Masses in action W. Rodney. NWQ
2(3): 30-7, '66.








PEASANTRY (Continued)
Jamaica
Origins, development and future of
Jamaican banana industry; a
century of revolutionary struggle
of the peasantry. NWQ 5(3):
9-14, '70o

PELTON, RICHARD
The nature of US imperialism.
M 77: 6, 11, Deco 4, '71.
Who really rules? M 76: 5-7,
Novo 27, '71o

PENSIONS
Trinidad and Tobago
Pensions. J. Milletteo M 18: 1,
July 4, '69o
Sugar worker; choice of $500.00
or $20o00 per month pension. MI
33: 8, Aug, 14, '70.
See also Insurance, Social.

PEOPLE'S NATIONAL CONGRESS (Guyana)
Bauxite: the politics of national-
izationo M 64: 4, July 16, '71,

PEOPLE'S NATIONAL MOVEMENT (Trinidad
and Tobago)
After the fall; reconstructing the
nation: a call for constituent
assembly. TSNC No. 2, May 9, '70, 2p.
And now tomorrow0 Do Mahabir. MI
38: 2, Septo 18, '70o
The army and politics. M 2:1,
Novo 15, '68.
Black power in human song. In the
interest of freedom and justice.
So Lowharo TP No0 2, '70, 4p.
Black power, PNM style; people's
style /in pictures/. M 24: 6,
Mar0 20, '70,
Bringing the nation together
/Editorial/o T 15: 2, May 9, '71,
Brother rapo M 105: 10, June 16,
'72o
Cannibals at large, M 20: 3, Jan.
16, '70.
Chaguaramas to slavery. L. Best.
NWQ 2(1): 43-70, '65.
Choko for senate seat0 M 119: 1,
Septo 29, '72o
Civilization or barbarism. M 60: 1,
May 28, '71o
The coming election0 L. Best. T
1: 1, 3, Septo 28, '69.
The coming elections L. Best.
T 13: 5, Jano 31, '71.
Commentary Ho Bisnath. M. 23: 10,
Febo 27, '70.
Dem say: Tapia is communicating
nowo Lo Besto T 20: 7, Aug. 29, '71.
The die is cast Vo Pierce. M 39:
3, Septo 25, '70o


PEOPLE'S NATIONAL MOVEMENT
(Trinidad and Tobago)
Digging their own graves. M 58:
8, May 7, '71.
Election strategy? M 19: 1-2,
Dec. 22, '69.
The end of the line. D. Lewis. M
51: 9, 20, Dec. 25, '70.
The end of the old order. A.
Ramrekersingh. T 13: 6-7, Jan.
31, '71.
Governments and the people.
J. Quaker. M 29: 4, 3, July 17,
'70.
Here we stand. J. Millette. M 40:
1, 9, Oct. 2, '70.
I'm going to be rich: new year
resolution by Tang-Chow. A. Tang-
Chow. M 80: 5, Dec. 23, '71.
In search of confidence. M 30: 1,
8, July 24, '70.
Jokers in the pack must go now.
J. Millette. M 88: 3-4, Feb. 18,
'72.
The last supper? /Editorial_. T
2(4): 2, Oct. 22, '72.
Leading politically. J. Millette.
[M 22: 3, Feb. 13, '70.
/Letter to the Editor/. M 72: 2,
Oct. 22, '71.
The menace of illegal government.
J. Millette. M 60: 2, 7-8, May
28, '71.
National reconciliation; another
PNM trick. M 115: 12, Sept. 1, '72.
1956 in the reverse. Jo Quaker. M
35: 4, 8, Aug. 28, '70o
No cars for the 28 p.c. rum-and-
roti rally. Inside rake on the
PNM fiasco. M 95: 10, Apr. 7, '72.
Obeah. J, Millette. M 119: 4, Sept.
29, '72o
One million to oppose PNM. M 53:
1, Jan. 15, '71.
Panic! M 22: 1, Feb. 13_ '70.
The party of '56 Pt,j/ M 20: 9,
Jan. 16, 070; /Pt,2/ 21: 8, Jan.
30, '70.
Party paradise lost. J3. Farmer. T
2: 1-2, Oct. 19, '69.
PNM's brazen and shameless politics.
M 48: 2, 11, Nov. 27, '70.
PNM pragmatism. M 23: 9, Feb. 27,
'70o
PNM putting personal before
national good. J3 Millette. M 112:
3, 11, Aug. 4, '72.
The PNM: shifting sands. A. Ram-
rekersingh. T 1: 1, 8, Sept. 28,
'69.
Planning with the PNM. P. Nunez.
M 73: 5-6, 18, Oct. 29, '71.
Political dimension. .V. Pierce.
M 27: 10, May 15, '70.







PEOPLE'S NATIONAL MOVEMENT (Trinidad
and Tobago) (Continued)
The political party of 1956. C.
Prescott. /Pt..1/,M 49: 9, Dec. 4,
'70. /Pt.2_/,50: 1, 9, Dec. 11, '70.
The political prospects something
old, something new. /Editorial/.
T 4: 5, Dec. 21, '69.
Power play in PNM: Karl loses
another case. M 111: 1, July 28,
'72.
The problem of succession. M 51:
2, Dec. 25, '70.
Public funds. M 25: 1, 6, Apr. 10,
'70.
Public trickery, not party
democracy. /Editorial/. M 67: 3,
Aug. 20, '71.
Race, class and politics. K. Singh.
M 58: 4-5, May 7, '71.
Rates war: symbolic rejection of
the PNM. J. Millette. M 95: 3,
Apr. 7, '72.
Restructing the Trinidad economy.
S. Ryan. NWQ 4(4): 7-23, '68.
A revolution from the right? G.
Bowrin. M 74: 4-5, 8, Nov. 13, '71.
The second coming. T 2(3): 1,.0ct.
8, '72.
Spinning top in mud ... J. Millette.
M 42: 2, Oct. 16, '70.
The teachers and politics. M 16: 3,
June 6, '69.
Thomasos to resign? Speaker of House
fed up? M 117: 1, Sept. 15, '72.
Trinidad revisited. D. James. M
9: 3-4, Feb. 28, '69.
Well, we ent fraid Karl. /Editorial/.
T 24: 1, 16, Feb. 27, '72.
Why did the PNM fail? Doctor-party.
A. Ramrekersingh. T 11: 2-5, Nov.
29, '70.
See also
Trinidad and Tobago Government
and politics
Williams, Eric

Conventions

Another election; another fraud?
M 51: 1, 23, Dec. 25, '70.
Another secret PNM convention.
M 119: 6, Sept. 29, '72.
The grand charge convention.
M 70: 3, Oct. 1, '71. _
More rachiefe /Editorial/. M 69:
3, Sept. 24, '71.
PNM youth convention; a farce'.
M 51: 11, Dec. 25, '70.


PEOPLE'S NATIONAL PARTY (Jamaica)
Anatomy of PNP victory in J'ca.
M 108: 4, July 7, '72.
Conventions and conventional
politics. T. Munroe. T 13: 2,
Jan. 31, '71.


See also
Political parties Jamaica.


PEOPLE'S PROGRESSIVE PARTY (Guyana)
Nationalisation at a price. M 65:
2, July 23, '71.
PPP raps Burnham. M 110: 8, July
21, '72.

See also
Political parties Guyana.

PERCY, SAMUEL DARLINGTON
A tribute to Butler. /poem/. M
107: 14, June 30, '72.

PERFORMING ARTS
See also
Dancing
Music
Theatre

PERIODICALS
See also
Acoma (periodical)
Bim (periodical)
Caribbean Insider (periodical)
Kyk-over-al. (periodical)
New World Quarterly (periodical)

United States
Pioneers in American freedom.
J. Clarke. NWQ 2(3): 71-3, '66.


PERKINS, WILMOT
Viewpoint on sugar.
50-2, '69.


NWQ 5(1/2):


PETRAS, JAMES
The Dominican Republic: revolution
and restoration. NWQ 3(4): 1-11
'66.

PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

Trinidad and Tobago

Amoco expose; Trinidad sold down
the drain. M 99: 6-7, May 5, '72.
Another oil swindle. J. Millette,
M 131: 3, Dec. 22, '72.
Black gold bonanza and political
change. L. Taylor. T 24: 4, 13,
Feb. 27, '72.
The Caribbean Free Trade Associa-
tion: the West Indies at the cross
roads. J. Millette. NWQ 4(4): 32-
47, '68.
Confidence trick: how Williams
pulled off the budget debate. C.
Frank. T 4: 1, 7, Dec. 21, '69.
Is that oil bonanza still coming?
T 2(4): 11, Oct. 22, '72.
Mas in yuh mas. M 7: 1, 4, June
13, '69.







PETROLEUM INDUSTRY (Continued)

Trinidad and Tobago

The National Oil Company. J.
Millette. M 4: 1, 3, Dec. 13, '68.
Not black power but black gold!
T 22: 1, Nov. 7, '71. Continued
in TSNC Nov. 14, '71, pp.2-4.
Oilmen giving us the shaft. M 89:
8, Feb. 26, '72.
Restructuring the Trinidad economy.
S. Ryan. NWQ 4(4): 7-23, '68.
UNIP's .olicy for black reconstruc-
tion._/Pt..1/ M 28: 6-7, July 3, '70;
/Pt.2/ 46: 6-7, Nov. 20, '70.
See also
Amoco Trinidad Oil Company
Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries
Shell Trinidad Limited
Texaco Trinidad Incorporated
Trinidad Tesoro Petroleum Company
Limited

PHILIP, AQUI
Probe WASA, Aqui; open letter to
Philip Aqui ... M 12: 3, Oct. 27, '72.
PHYSICIANS

Trinidad and Tobago

Doctors go slow at General Hospital
... M 46: 2, Nov. 20, '70.
Doctors in youth camp row._M 118:
16, Sept. 22, '72; LReply/. J.
Ramcharan. Youth camp director
slurred. 121: 10, Oct. 13, '72.
See also
Medical care.


PIDGIN LANGUAGES
Creoles and pidgins, East
NWQ 2(4): 11-16, '66.


and West.


PIERCE, ANDREW
Answering the apologists. M 45: 2,
Nov. 6, '70.

PIERCE, VINCENT
The commercial class and the creation
of false values. M 54: 4, Jan. 29,
'71.
The die is cast. M 39: 3, Sept. 25,
'70.
The English used force to preserve
their rights. M 46: 4, Nov. 20, '70.
Kamaluddin and the genius. M 36: 4,
Sept. 4, '70.
Political dimension. M 27: 10, May
15, '70.
The smart Prime Minister. M 30: 3,
July 24, '70.
Time for judgement. M 45: 8-9, Nov.
6, '70.


The tragedy of Mr. Karl Hudson-
Phillips. M 38: 9, Sept. 18, '70.
Two army men knock at St. Peter's
gate. M 49: 3, 11, Dec. 4, '70.

PIERRE, JERRY
Blackpool; boys on the hill
become men of the new movement.
T 2(11): 3, 18, Dec. 17, '72.

PIGEON PEAS
Revolution in pigeon peas pro-
duction ... M 63: 10, June 25,
'71.

PILGRIM, PHILLIP
Kaiteur legend revives music of
Phillip Pilgrim. M 111: 6, July
28, '72.

PITT, BASIL
You have to come better than that
Mr. Pitt. B. Samaroo. T 2(10): 3,
Dec. 10, '72.

PLANTATIONS

West Indies

Novel and history,plot' and
plantation. S. Wynter. S 5: 95-
102, June '71.
Plantation society; toward a
general theory of Caribbean
society. G. Beckford. S 5: 7-22,
June, '71.

PLURAL SOCIETY. See Pluralism
(social sciences).

PLURALISM (social sciences)
Cultural variety and personal
identity. S 5: 23-5, June, '71.
East Indians and integration.
R. Jagessar. M 6: 2, Jan. 17, '69.
Indian iceberg. R. Jagessar. T 3:
7, Nov. 16, '69. /Replies/. S.
Lowhar. Blowing hot and cold, 4:
6, 8, Dec. 21, '69; C. Seetahal,
6: 7, Mar. 8, '70; W. Davis, 6:
7-8, Mar. 8, '70.
People and change. R. Smith. NWQ
2(3): 49-54, '66.
The social framework. E. Goveia.
S 1(2): 7-15, Sept. '70.
The tourist professor sees the
W.I. reviewf of West Indian
societies- by D LowenthaL/.
S. Craig. T 2(9): 5-8, Dec. 3,
'72.

POEMS. See name of author for full
entry.
English Language

After the carnival. R. Mc Tair.








POEMS (Continued)

English.Language

Age. D. Craig.
The agony. J. Berry.
Amanda. F. Collymore.
American leader. A. Mc Neill.
Anonymous. M. Carter.
April '70.. S. Louhar
Art. B. St. John.
Bajan litany. B. St. John.
Tho big wash. A. King.
Birthday poem. J. Figueroa.
Black friday. M. Carter.
Black mass; introit. D. Scott.
Black mass; invitation. D. Scott.
Black mass; sacrifice. D. Scott.
Black mother. Bongo Jerry.
Black space; for Malcolm X and Bill
Kelly. A. Mc Neill.
Blue Sunday. A. Mc Neill.
Boysie. H. A. Vaugan.
Bureaucracy. S. Lowhar.
Bushman cousin, J. Berry.
By each let this be heard.
F. Collymore.
Canes by the roadside. A. N. Forde.
Caribbean journal. C. Gray.
Childhood of a voice. M. Carter.
Cliff-walking. A. Mc Neill.
The colonial. S. Lowhar.
Commune. D. Walcott.
The compassionate spider. A.
Mc Neill.
The day my father died. M. Morris.
Decorated with a kiss. I. Mc Donald.
Dermis. A. Mc Neill.
Desert images. R. Ho Lung.
Detention. L. Calliste.
Drought. W. Brown.
Drums. S. Lowhar.
Dry River, S Lcowhar,
The dust (fot-George Lamming).
E. Brathwaite.
Eagles of the sky. C. Gray.
Elegy plus. A. Mc Neill.
Epitaph (for Norman Manley).
W. Brown.
Euphoria. S. Lowhar.
Exodus. C. Lashley.
The face. C. Lashley.
Fewcha gaan. F. Nunes.
Flamingo. A. Mc Neill
For certain demagogues.
H. A. Vaughan.
For Cuffee. M. Matthews.
For Harry Simmons. D. Walcott.
For the D. Don. A. Mc Neill.
For we are compatriots. L. Calliste.
Freedom sounds. B. Meeks.
Games. R. Mc Tair.
God dread. Ao Mc Neill
The God-maggot. A. Mc Neill.
Guyana not Ghana. M. Matthews.
The harbour. S. French.
The headmaster. C. A. Mc Koy.
Hello ungod. A. Mc Neill.
Husks. Ao Mc Neill.


I am the man. M. Morris.
I come from the nigger. M. Carter.
I hear the canes burning, L. Dube.
I know my way around, Ras Dizzy.
If we must die. Co Mc Kay.
If when they brought the good news.
A. Kevin.
In orbit. S. French.
In the gray dawn ( .A patriot's
Lamentt0 N.( Richards.
The Inquest. HA'o Vaughan.
Intimations of age. M. Mordecai.
The isle, in Periplum. D. Walcott.
John Coltrane is dead. A. Fraser.
The lady accepts the needle again.
A. Mc Neill.
The last minute of Hart Crane.
S. Hazo.
Lovers. J. Carew.
Mabrak. Bongo Jerry.
The mad woman of Pepine.
S. Hopkinson.
Malcolm X. S. Wynter-Carew.
A Mama's Distress (in memory of
Barbara Jones). L. Calliste.
Man dead today. V. Questel.
Mek dream tek yu life. R. Ho Lung.
Michaela. A. L. Hendricks.
Mother to child. A. King.
The mummy. A. Mc Neill.
The muse on the trail. H. Wilson.
Names. H. A. Vaughan.
Night of the beast. B. Smith.
Not from here. A. La Rose.
Note for Rod Webb. A. Fraser.
A note on becoming a foreigner.
M. Wyke.
Notes on a September day.
A. Mc Neill.
Notes toward a final belief.
R. Mc Tair.
Occasion, M. Carter.
Ode to Brother Joe. A. Mc Neill.
The old convict. H. A. Vaughan.
On attending a literary discussion.
R. Jagessar.
On the fourth night of hunger strike.
M. Carter.
1 2. A. Mc Neillo
Our darkest hour. L. Calliste.
Pan drama. D. Questel.
Pan session: Laventille. W. Brown.
Park piece. A. Mc Neill.
Peasant's hope for emancipation.
A. N. Forde.
/PoemL. Sister Ayanna.
/Zpoem/. E. M. Roach.
Poem by one man who will not be
digested. B, Smith.
Poem for this day. E. M. Roach.
The pond. M. Morris.
Portia faces life. M. Matthews.
Portrait of a woman. J. Figueroa.
Private. D. Scott.
Procession. So Reido
Rainsong: for Wayne. D. Scott.
Red Hills. W. Brown.
Reel from the Life-Movie. A. Mc Neill.







POEMS (Continued)
Requiem for a guerilla. R. Mc Tair.
Residue. A. Mc Neill.
Revelation. H. A. Vaughan.
Rimbaud jihgle. A. Mc Neill.
Saint Ras. A. Mc Neill.
Shanty town. S. Lowhar.
Skin. B. Smith.
Sooner or later. Bongo Jerry.
Soul scope. S. French.
Spanish town. C. Lashley.
Starflakes. S. Lowhar.
Station haud malefid6 carinis.
D. Walcott.
Straight seeking. A. Mc Neill.
Suicide's girlfriend. A. Mc Neill.
That right may speak. L. Calliste.
This land. F. Collymore.
Thredbare. V. D. Questel.
To Africa. V. Guerin.
To an expatriate friend. M. Morris.
To Cudjoe. P. Macpherson.
To the unborn leader. H. A. Vaughan.
Tomorrow's youth. N. Modeste.
A tribute to Butler. S. D. Percy.
Triptych. F. Collymore.
The true gage. A. Mc Neill.
Two love poems. A. La Rose.
Two poems. S. Goldsmith.
University of hunger. M. Carter.
University study. M. Morris.
Valley prince (for Don D.) M. Morris.
The victors. A. Mc Neill.
The visit. W. Brown.
Waiting. D. Craig.
We dare you. L. Calliste.
Weroon, weroon. M. Carter.
West India. B. Jones.
West Indian litany. B. St. John.
What can a man do more? M. Carter.
When I returned. J. Carew.
Where are free men? M. Carter.
Which is our concern? B. Chen.
Who'll see me dive? A. Mc Neill.
Who's Sammy? Or Angelo pondering
the critic's version. A. Mc Neill.
Wind-change. A. Mc Neill.
The winged victory of Samothrace.
J. Figueroa.
You are involved. M. Carter.
The youth. Bongo Jerry.
Translations from French
For the third world. PA. Cesaire.
Trans nations from Spanish
(Latin American)
Ballad of my two grand fathers.
N. Guillen.
Ballad of the river sprite.
N. Guillen.
Elegy. N. Guillen.
I have. N. Guillen.
My name. N. Guillen.
Son numero 6. N. Guillen.


Harlem. G. Lorca


POETRY
For text of 'oems see Poems.
See also
Barbadian poetry
Jamaican poetry, etc.


POETRY IN DIALECT
Caribbean poetry in English;
some problems. L. James, S 1
(2): 78-86, Sept. '70.


POINT FORTIN, Trinidad
The shame of Point Fortin.
D. Lewis. M 48: 4, 9, Nov. 27,
'70.


POLICE
Guyana

Police seize leaflets, bicycles
and T-shirts. M 129: 11, Dec.
8, '72.

Jamaica

Details of assault by an officer
of Jamaican police force on
Alvin Ribeiro and Ivan Browne;
16.10.68. M 1: 2, Oct. 28, '68.
In perils of the police. Bulletin
No. 8, W. Cox. M 1: 2, Oct. 28,
'68.
No Roman holiday this. M 1: 4,
Oct. 28, '68.
Statement on brutality. W. Fagan.
M 1: 2, Oct. 28, '68.

Trinidad andTTobago

Another tetron? M 126: 12, Nov.
17, '72.
Brother Duff's block on lower
Mucurapo. T.2(10): 8, Dec. 10,
'72.
Brother rap, a new columnist
today asks: 'What the arse
wrong with this man?! M 104:
5, June 9, '72.
Brutality in Fyzabad station. Cops
set two dogs on a suspect. M 105:
1, June 16, '72.
The Carr report. M 124: 6, Nov. 3,
'72.
Carr whitewashed report. M 125: 8,
Nov. 10, '72.
Cowboy May_ gives Hindus gun talk.
/Editorial/. M 89: 11, Feb. 26, 172.
The current national crisis. TS NC/
No. 1, Mar. '70, 2p.
Gov't putting army against the
police. T 24: 3, Feb. 27, '72.








POLICE (Continued)

Trinidad and Tobago

Guns galore! Old, new, see-through,
SLR's even dead guns among the
fuzz. M 97: 8, Apr. 21, '72.
The high cost of happiness. T 2(2):
f, Sept. 17, '72.
Horrors. M 131: 9, Dec. 22, '72.
Horrors in the police service. Who
Eric go put? M 90: 1, Mar. 10, '72.
Interpreting violence. J. Millette.
MVS. May 17, '69.
Jail what does it mean? A. Johnson.
M 130: 2, Dec. 15, '72.
O Gawd, ah could never dead again.
T 2(2): 6, Sept. 17, '72.
Open letter to the police. D.
Solomon. T 9: 11, Sept. 28, '70.
Our piggish cops. A. Tang-Chow.
M 122: 9, Oct. 20, '72.
Our police are really scared. T
2(2): 2, Sept. 17, '72.
Our sick policeman by an Ex-P.C.
M 128: 2, Dec. 1, '72.
The Pele scandal. M 116: 15, Sept.
8, '72.
Pelerama law suit for Bernard. M
117: 16, Sept. 15, '72.
Police alarmed. M 107: 8, June 30,
'72.
The police and the people. M 59:
6-7, May 21, '71.
The police as a Civil Service.
A. Ramrekersingh. T 23: 6, Dec.
26, '71.
Police brutality. M 113: 5, Aug.
11, '72.
Police brutality. M 121: 3, Oct.
13, '72.
Police brutality as 17 are arrested.
MVS May 17, '69.
Police brutality in S angre Grande.
M 60: 6, May 28, '71.
Police force split: no police state;
not yet! M 115: 6-7, Sept. 1, '72.
Police harrass Bellevue youths.
T 27: 10, May 18, '72.
Police raid Blackpool, harassment
of community work in Tunapuna.
L. Grant. T 24: 5, Feb. 27, '72.
Police report,1970: Pleasantville
a sign of our times. W. Davis.
T 5: 8, Feb. 1, '70.
Poor Shaheed will never become a
cop. M 125: 3, Nov. 10, -'72.
Police shooting ... sheer unadul-
terated murder. M 55: 1, Feb. 12,
'71.
Police will brutalize police in a
police state. J. Millette. M 101:
3-4, May 19, '72.
The St. James shoot-out! (A reader
writer ... an eyewitness account).
M 110: 11, July 21, '72.
Shoot to kill. M 81: 8, Dec. 30, '71.


SLR wedding or how Bernard tried
to protect police 'honour'. T
28: 11, July 30, '72.
South policemen grumble. Top jobs
filled by Barbadians. M 100: 6-7,
May 12, '72.
Special forum. M 95: 8, Apr. 7,
'72.
Spy chief to be new police boss.
M 86: 12, Feb. 5, '72.
Soldiers' tailor shop raided. T
2(1): 3, Sept. 3, '72.
Stella say to hell wid Bernard.
M 111: 5, July 28, '72.
Surprise! Surprise! M 41: 6, Oct.
9, '70.
Was Santa Claus murdered? Belmont
residents call for probe. M 124:
1, 2 Nov. 3, '72.
What are we to do with Babb? M
108: 10,July 7, '72.
Why the fuzz bad so. J. Millette.
M 123: 4, Oct. 27, '72.
Will Bernard ever try Babb?
Inside Info. M 124: 5, Nov. 3, '72.
You are to blame for police bru-
tality; I hold you responsible,
Commissioner. A. Tang-Chow. M 85:
5, Jan. 29, '72.
Youth shot to death in Tobago jail.
M 82i 1, Jan. 8, '72.
See also
Bernaid, Eustace


POLICE,ESTATE

Trinidad and Tobago

Caroni estate police up against
rope. M 113: 13, Aug. 11, '72.
Caroni police bacchanal. M 119: 3,
Sept. 29, '72.


POLIOMYELITIS
Carnival orno carnival?
LEditorial/. M 84: 12, Jan. 22,
'72.
How we solved polio problem the
last time. M 84: 5, Jan. 22, '72.
I accuse! Sue me Doc: but you are
to blame. A. Tang-Chow. M 86: 1,
Feb. 5, '72.
I cry at night but that won't help
the polio victims. A.Tang-Chow.
M 84: 6-7, Jan. 22, '72.
Killer foods, polio source? CCGA
closed down insanitary. M 85:
12, Jan. 29, '72.
Was there negligence in polio
epidemic? R. M. R. Charles. M 86:
2, 11, Feb. 5, '72.
You think mas is really worth it?
LEditorial/. M 86: 21, Feb. 5,
'72.








POLITICAL EXPULSIONS
See also
Fmmanuel, Patrick
Riviere, William
Rodney, Walter
Thomas, Clive


POLITICAL PARTIES

Book Reviews

/Review of/ Party politics in the
West Indies /by/ C.L.R. James,
R. Augier. NWQ 2(1): 84-90, '65.


POLITICAL GROUPS


Guyana


Antigua

See also
Antigua Afro-Caribbean Movement

Grenada

See also
Cribou Movement

St. Lucia

See also
St. Lucia Forum

Trinidad and Tobago

No more doctors. TS NC, May 13, '71.
Now that the people have become
popular ... /Editorial/. T 2(9):
Dec. 3, '72.
Opposition forces, unite. M 59: 8,
May 21, '71.
Opposition unite. M 74: 2, Nov. 13,
'71.
Scramble among the 72 percenters.
T 2(7): 1, Nov. 19, '72.
Time has come for opposition to
unite. J. Millette. M 82: 3-4,
Jan. 8, '72.
Time to unite; how much longer must
we suffer? J. Millette. M 73: 3-4,
Oct. 29, '71.
See also
Assembly of Free Citizens
Political parties
Union of Revolutionary Organizations
Tapia House Group
Tobago United Front
Wednesday Group


POLITICAL LEADERSHIP. See Leadership


POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
Partnership in political participa-
tion. M. Chitimukulu. M 53: 5,
10, Jan. 15, '71.
Tapia round .the country. Guayaguayare,
Mayaro. LEditorial/. T 2(11): 2,
Dec. 17, '72.


Mokojumbie. /Editorial/. M 4: 2-3,
Dec. 13, '68.
Twenty years of politics in our
land D. Decaires and M. Fitz-
patrick. NWQ 2(3): 39-45, '66.
Working notes towards the unifi-
cation of Guyana. Pts. 1-8, NWQ
/ 1_/: 1-81, Mar. '63.

Jamaica

Caribbean political scene. Jamaican
political parties threatened. M
41: 5, Oct. 9, '70.

St. Vincent

Political crisis in St. Vincent.
K. John. NWQ 3(3): 51-6, '67.

Trinidad and Tobago

Circo politico. M 41: 1, Oct. 9,
'70.
Dedication: immediate need. M
33: 5, 7,_Aug. 14, '70.
/Editorial/. M 22: 3, Feb. 13, '70.
/Letter to the EditorJ. M 18: 2,
July 4, '69.
Plenty parties, plenty balls.
A. Espinet. T 5: 1, 8, Feb. 1,
'70.
See also
Democratic Labour Party
People's National Movement
United National Independence Party
Workers and Farmers' Party

Consolidation

Alignment of individuals not a
political party. M 37: 3, Sept.
11, '70.
Disunity holding back the country.
J. Millette. M 83: 3, Jan. 15,
'72.
If they won't unite we have to
force them. M 86: 3, Feb. 5, '72.
If we're going to unite, we can't
confuse tactics with ideology.
J3 Millette. M 84: 3, Jan. 22, '72.
Judas plus seven. M 56: 1, 9, Feb.
26, '71.








POLITICAL PARTIES (Continued)


Trinidad and Tobago

Consolidation

Lil bit ah dis, lil bit ah dat.
A. Ramrekersingh and L. Taylor.
T 2(7): 2, Nov. 19, '72.
Opposition: time to play our own
game. J. Millette. M 97: 3, Apr. 21,'72.
Prospects for alignment among poli-
tical parties. G. Dhanny. M 39: 1, 12,
Sept. 25, '70.
Prospects for unity; an interim state-
ment. M 52: 1, Jan. 8, '71.
Time to end all this foolishness.
Cohesive opposition action needed.
M 105: 3, 4, June 16, '72.
See also
Action Committee of Dedicated Citizens/
Democratic Labour Party.

POLITICAL PATRONAGE. See Patronage,
Political.

POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY. See Political
Science.

POLITICAL PLURALISM. See Pluralism
(social sciences).

POLITICAL PRISONERS

Trinidad and Tobago

Detainees ask WASA for relief. M 107:
16, June 30, '72.
Whose side are you on? Reflections
from a secluded place. A. Espinet.
T 8: 8, Aug. 9, '70.
See also
Frederick, Bayliss.
Harriette, Vibert.
Kelshall, Jack.
Marcano, Victor.
Nunez, Clive.
Smart, Winston.
Weekes, George.

POLITICAL QUESTIONS AND JUDICIAL POWER
The judge's place between politics,
law. M 114: 6, Aug. 25, '72.
Taking law to make politics; report
of the review tribunal. D. Solomon.
T 10: 7-8, Nov. 1, '70.

POLITICAL SATIRE. See Satire, Political.

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Towards a political philosophy.
M 19: 3, 8, Dec. 22, '69.
Whose side are you on? Reflections
from a secluded place. A. Espinet.
T 8: 8, Aug. 9, '70.


Democracy.
Elections.
Government Resistance to
Local Government.
Nationalism.
Political parties.

POLITICS

See also
Elections.
Patronage, Political.
Political parties.
Politics, Unconventional.
Voting.
also subhead Political
activities under the subject:
Teachers.

POLITICS, UNCONVENTIONAL
Guyana

New forces on the horizons. M.
Fitzpatrick. T 13: 3, Jan. 31,'71.

Jamaica

Conventions and conventional
politics. T. Munroe. T 13: 2,
Jan. 31, '71.

St. Lucia

A forum for new politics. ZSt.
Lucia/. J. Strangely. T 13: 2,
Jan. 31, '71.

Trinidad and Tobago

But who we go put? ZEditorial/.
T 13: 1, Jan. 31, '71.
The end of the old order. A.
Ramrekersingh. T 13: 6-7, Jan.
31, '71.
Is the new world coming? T 13:
8, Jan. 31, '71.
Tapia on the road: Independence
Square. T 16: 2, May 23, '71.


POLITICS AND CALYPSO.
Calypso and politics.


See


POLITICS AND CULTURE
The Cultural factor in B.H.
LBritish Honduras/ politics.
C. Grant. NWQ 3(4): 53-5, '67.


See also







POLITICS AND LAW. See Law and Politics.

POLITICS AND LITERATURE
Caribbean poetry in English; some
problems. L.James. S 1(2): 78-86,
Sept. '70.
Drama of the streets. LReview of
Black-up bX Abdul Malik (Delano
de Coteau)/. V.Questel. T 2(13):
8-10, Dec. 31, '72.
End of a decade, end of an era.
Pt. 4. J. Millette. M 22: 6-7, Feb.
13, '70.

POLITICS AND RACE
Guyana
Guyana: what prospects? M 3: 2-3,
Nov. 29, '68.
Mokojumbie. /Editorial/. M 6:
2-3, Jan. 17, '69.
Twenty years of politics in our land.
D. Decaires and M. Fitzpatrick.
NUQ 2(3): 39-45, '66.
Trinidad and Tobago
Constitution change; the East Indian
response. T 25: 7-10, Apr. 2, '72.
DLP: politics of doom. A. Ramrekersingh.
Pt.1, T 2: 5, 7, Oct. 19, '69. Pt.2,
3: 7, Nov. 16, '69.
East Indians and politics. G. Tikasingh.
M 19: 7, 9, Dec. 22, '69.
Empty headed Bharath; Indian leader.
K. Singh. M 56: 2, Feb. 26, '71.
The end of the old order. A. Ramreker-
singh. T 13: 6-7, Jan. 31, '71.
Government: voting systems in a multi-
racial society. G. Tikasingh. M 23:
8, Feb. 27, '70. Reply. J. Bolitho.
25: 2, Apr. 10, '70.
Indians in politics. B. Samaroo. T 12:
17, Dec. 20, '70.
Our man in India. M 17: 1, June 20,'69.
Race, class and politics. K. Singh. M(
58: 4-5, May 7, '71.
Race in politics. M 53: 3-4, 10, Jan.
15, '71.
Social evolution of Indians in Trini-
dad. K. Singh. M 19: 6, 9, Dec.22,'69.
Sutton beats T'dad. national; race bac-
channal in T&T Office in Canada. M
81: 1, Dec. 30, '71.
Unionists led first liberation.
M. Chitmukulu. M 29: 6, July 17, '70.
Who will talk for the Indian vendors?
J. Cannon. M 125: 10, Nov. 10, '72.
Book Reviews
DLP politics; a review of East Indians
in Trinidad; a study in minority poli-
tics. J.R. Jacobs. M 131: 6, Dec.
22, '72.


POOR
Trinidad and Tobago
In this land of plenty, beggars
beggars everywhere. M 96: 9,
Apr. 14, '72.
Salaam alecum. Mokojumbie. M 58:
2, May 7, '71.
See also
Unemployed.

POOR HOUSES. See Almshouses.

POPE, KELVIN
Calypso and politics. G. Roh-
lehr. M 73: 7-8, 14-18, Oct.
29, '71.

POST, KEN
LReview of/ Africa: the politics of
unity /by/ Immanuel Wallerstein.
NWQ 5(1/2): 81-2, '69.

POSTAL SERVICE
See also
Trinidad and Tobago -
Post Office.

POWER, EXECUTIVE. See Executive
Power.

PRESCOD, SAMUEL
Samuel Prescod: the birth of a
hero... H.A.Vaughan. NWQ 3(1/2):
55-60, '66.
PRESCOTT, CLIFFORD
A different Xmas message. M 80:
2, Dec. 23, '71.
Of all the upsurdity! M 10: 1,
Mar. 14, '69.
OYB. M 21: 4, Jan. 30, '70.
The party of '56. M 21: 8, Jan.
30, '70.
The political pary of 1956. M
49: 9, Dec. 4, '70; 50: 2, 9,
Dec. 11, '70.
Progress in Curepe. M 69: 4,
Sept. 24, '71.
The queen is dead; long live the
*geen. M 130: 8, Dec. 15, '72.
/Roads/. M 129: 12, Dec. 8, '72.
Sobers and prudence. M 41: 9,
Oct. 9, '70.
We are with you we ent fraid
Karl! Moko 127:7, Nov.24, '72.

PRESS
See also
Newspapers.
Periodicals.
Unconventional press.








PRESS (continued)
Jamaica
Issues in the Windward Jamaica
banana war. G. Beckford.
NWQ 2(1): 3-11, '65.
Miss Manley and the press.
M 2: 1, Nov. 15, '68.
Trinidad and Tobago
Brother Rap. /The power of
the press/. M 111: 6, July
28, '72.
Gone to the cleaners. /Editorial.
M 16: 6, Sept.. 8, '72._
Mokojumbie. /Editorial/. M
10: 2-3, Mar. 14, '69.
See also
Government and the press.

PRESSURE GROUPS
Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Housewives Association of Trinidad
and Tobago .
Telephone Users Group.

PREVENTIVE DETENTION
Trinidad and Tobago'
Amnesty international. T
8: 6, Aug. 9, '70.
Human 'counters' in national
stake. M 27: 11, May 15, 70.
/Letter to the Editor/. M 40:2,
Oct. 2, '70.
The pressures of exile. /Editorial/.
M 32 :2, Aug. 7, '70.
Preventive detention. G. Dhanny.
M 27: 1, 4, May 15, '70..
See also
Political prisoners.
Prisons.

PRICES
Jamaica
Jamaica consumers .fight prices
battle. M 67: 9, Aug. 20, '71.
Trinidad and Tobago
Amoco minister says cheap
thing good. M 100: 2, May
12, '72.
Blackmarket scandal. M 126: 3,
Nov. 17, '72.
Expose: Massas up the price
of milk again. M 104: 8-9,
June 9, '72,
Food scandal: Gov't team out-
classed;milk to cost more.
M 100: 1, May 12, 72.


Gov't playing a sour game. M 105;
13, June 16, '72.
Housewives. M 106: 11, June 23,
'72.
How to get milk value for money.
T 28: 3, July 30, '72.
/Letter to the Editor/. M 69: 4,
Sept. 24, '71.
Nestle's Milk scandal. UNIP
proposes boycott. M 63: 12,
June 25, '71.
Resistance; the cost of living.
M 67: 9, Aug. 20, '71.
Wringing time for Nestle's.
M 65: 12, July 23, '71.
See also
Cinema Industry Trinidad and
Tobago Prices.
Cost and standard of living.

PRIESTS, CUBAN
Cuban priests equate church
and Marxism. M 114: 11,
14, Aug. 25, '72.
See also
Catholic Church in Cuba.

PRIMUS, ALDWYN
Rt. Hon. Dead Horse, C.H._Filling =
the political vacuum. /Editorial_/
T 7: 1, Apr. 19, '70.

PRIMUS, BERNARD
Time longer than rope, Ben Primus.
M 114: 13, Aug. 25, '72.

PRISONS
Jamaica
Book Reviews


/Review of/ Men in prisons
Henry Guy. R. MacKenzie.
2(3): 75-8, '66.


lbyl
NWQ


Trinidad and Tobago
Jail ... and now the truth.
A. Johnson. M 130: 2, Dec.
15, '72.
Hunger strike at the Royal Jail.
M 102: 12, May 26, '72.
No democracy here. Jack Kelshall
describes his ordeal in jail.
M 79: 4, Dec. 18, '71.
Officers preach. M 92: 12,
Mar. 17, '72.
Our corrupt prison system. M
46: 11-12, Nov. 13, '70.
Police and prisoner two
tales of suffering. /Letters
to Moko from Brother-in-Prison
and 'Young CopL/. M 104: 14,
June 9, '72.







PRISONS (Continued)
Trinidad and Tobago
Sinister move in prisons. Officers
given police shoulder badges.
M 98: 12, Apr. 28, '72.
12 months on remand; he hung him-
self; the sad story of a stargazer.
M 115: 2, Sept. 1, '72.
The yellow peril strikes again! M 116:
14, Sept. 8, '72.
See also
Political prisoners
Preventive detention.

PRISONERS, POLITICAL. See
Political prisoners.

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Trinidad and Tobago
See also
Curepe Educational Institute.
St. Martin's Girls High School.

PROGRESSIVE LABOUR MOVEMENT
(Antigua)
A new political dawn, M. Roberts.
T 13: 3, Jan. 31, '71.

PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION
D.L.P. Politics of doom. Proportional
representation examined. A. Ramreker-
singh. T 26: 5, May 7, '72.
Government; voting systems in a multi-
racial society. M 23: 8, Feb. 27,'70.
Tapia team meets Wooding Commissioners.
T 2(6): 6-7, Nov. 12, '72.

PUBLIC HEALTH

Barbados

Health and freedom. M. Walrond.
NWQ 3(1/2): 106-9, '66.
Trinidad and Tobago

Health care a catastrophe in
independence era. M 114: 2,
Aug. 25, '72.
Medical service. R. Donawa. T
12: 2, Dec. 20, '70.
New targets for our nation.
/Speech delivered at Woodford
Square, April 12, 1970/.
J. Millette. M 27: 5-9,
May 15, '70.
This deadly poison must be kept
out of Trinidad. M 94: 4, Mar.
31, '72.
See also
Food supply.
Hospitals.
Water supply.


PUBLIC ORDER ACT, Barbados
Public Order Act. T 8: 1, Aug.
9, '70.

PUBLIC UTILITIES

Trinidad and Tobago

See also
Trinidad and Tobago Telephone
Company.
Water and Sewerage Authority.

PUERTO RICAN LITERATURE
Criticism
Who am I? LReview of_/ Rio Sin
Cauce Lby/ E. La Guerre. G.
Coulthard. NWQ 2(l): 91-3, '65.

PUERTO RICAN MODEL
Chaguaramas to slavery. L. Best.
.NWQ 2(1): 43-70, '65.
Dependence as an obstacle to de
development: Puerto Rico. E.
Seda-Bonilla. NWQ 2(l): 13-8,'65.
The racial double standard.
Review comment on Guyana and
Barbados Independence Issues.
NWQ B. Reckford. NWQ 3(3): 65-8,
'67. Reply. R. Ffrench. 4(3):
56-7, '68.
Size and survival. L. Best.
NWQ 2(3): 58-63, '66.

PUERTO RICO

See also

Intellectuals.
also subhead Puerto Rico
under the 'following subject:
Education.
Government and Politics
Rumbling of discontent in Puerto
Rico. T 15: 7, May 9, '71.


PUERTO RICO. UNIVERSITY
Heat is on at Puerto Rico
University. T 17: 3, June 27,
'71.

PUNCH, L.D.
LReview oJ/ A journey to
Iagmembg M 12: 3,-Apr.11, '69.


PYNE-TIMOTHY, HELEN
Earl Lovelace; his view of
Trinidad society in While Gods
are falling and The School-
master. /review article/. NWQ
60-5, '68.








QUAKER, JOHN
Governments and the people.
M 29: 4, 3, July 17, '70.
1956 in the reverse. M 35:
4, 8, Aug. 28, '70.
Productive employment.
'M 31: 2, 7, July 31, '70.

QUALITY OF PRODUCTS
HATT exposes detergent hoax.
M 84: 12, Jan 22, '72.
Killer foods, polio source?
CCGA closed down insanitary.
M 85: 12, Jan 29, '72.
Sta-fresh water. M 71: 1,
Oct. 8, '71.
Water in your milk; what's
in a tin of condensed milk?
M 69: 1, Sept. 24, '71.

QUEEN'S PARK CRICKET CLUB (Trinidad
and Tobago)
Blacks getting a raw deal from
Queen's Park. M 105: 12,
June 16, '72.
The President's Box; Cricket:
Queen's Park Crown Colony.
R. Baptiste. T 21: 8, Oct.
3, '71.

QUEEN'S ROYAL COLLEGE, Trinidad
and Tobago
Dogs have come to QRC. M 53:
11, Jan. 15, '71.
Queen's Collegiate School.
T 26: 4, 13, May 7, '72.

QUESTEL, VICTOR D.
Caliban's circle of death;
review of Water with Berries
/by/ G. Lamming. T 2(11):
15, Dec. 17, '72.
Drama of the streets review
of Black up by Malik (Delano
de Coteau)/. T 2(13): 8-10,
Dec. 31, '72. -
Man dead today. /poem/. T
2(11): 8, 13_ De.. 17, '72.
Pan drama. /poem/. S 3/4:
147-9, Dec. '70_/Mar. '71.
Threadbare.. /poemn/. T 2(11);
6, Dec. 17, '72.








RACE DISCRIMINATION
See also
Discrimination in employment.
Discrimination in Sports.


RACE RELATIONS
See also
Afro-Indian relations.
Politics and race.
also subhead Race question
under the following subjects:
Canada.
Great Britain.
Latin America; South Africa;
Trinidad and Tobago; Virgin Islands..

RADICALISM
West Indies
Kyk-over-al and the radicals.
E. Brathwaite. NWQ 2(3):
55-7, '66.

RADIO BROADCASTING
Tell the truth about Radio 100.
/LLetter to Peter Pitts/ M
103: 2, June 2, '72.
The West Indian people. G.
Lamming. NWQ 2(2): 63-74, '66.

RAMCHAND, KENNETH
The artist in the balm yard:
Season of adventure. /by George
Lamming/. /Review article/ .
NWQ 5(1/2): 13-21, '69.
Creole criticism, a critique.
NWQ 5(4): 12-36, '72.
The dislocated image. NWQ 2(3)
107-10, '66.
History and the novel: a literary
critic's approach. S 5: 103-13,
June '71.
The negro and the English language
in the West Indies. S 1(1):
33-44, '70.
The writer who ran away: Eric
Walrood and Tropic Death. S
1(2): 67-75, Sept. '70.

RAMCHARAN, MATTHEW
Ramcharan meets Winnipeg students.
/Letter to the Editor/. A.
London. T 2(11): 4, Dec. 17, '72.

RAMREKERSINGH, AUGUSTUS
Black boy. M 18: 3-4, July 4, '69.
Couva Junior Sec.; raw deal in a
package. T 29: 3, Aug. 13, '72.
DLP: politics of doom. Pt. 1,
T 2: 5, 7, Oct. 19, '69; Pt. 2,
3: 7, Nov. 16, '69.
DLP; politics of doom. Propor-
tional Representation examined.
T 26: 5, May 7, '72.
The end of the old order. T
13: 6-7, Jan. 31, '71.
From unrest to unrest. T 27:
3 12, May 18, '72.







RAMREKERSINGH, AUGUSTUS (Continued)
A great betrayal. M 11: 1, Mar.28, '69.
The PNM: shifting sands. T 1: 1, 8,
Sept. 28, '69.
The Police as a Civil Service.
T 23: 6, Dec. 26, '71.
Repeal the government. T 26: 1,
May 7, '72.
We are ready now for a constituent
assembly. T 9: 3, Sept. 28, '70.
Why did the PNM fail? Doctor-party.
T 11: 2-5, Nov. 29, '70.
and TAYLOR, LLOYD
Lil bit ah dis, lil bit ah dat. T 2(7):
Nov. 19, '72.


RAMSAMMY, JOSHUA
Brutal shooting of university lecturer.
M 71: 12, Oct. 8, '71.
Gangster-Rule, American Style. T 22:
9, Nov. 7, '71.

RAMSARAN, JOHN
Cultural variety and personal identity.
S 5: 23-5, June, '71.

RASTAFARI MOVEMENT
Ghost riding coffen in city. Ras
Dizzy. S 3/4: 29-30, Dec. '70/Mar.'71.
Rastafarism-and the new society. E.
Bowen. S 5: 41-50, June '71.
What the rastaman seh. M 16: 2,
June 26, '69.

RATOON (newspaper)
See-through politics; perception in
the country of the blind. /Editorial/.
T 5: 2, Feb. 1, '70.

RECKFORD, BARRY
Does Fidel eat more than your father?
/Extract from diary/. S 3/4: 103-9,
Dec. '70/Mar. '71.
The racial double standard; review
comment on Guyana and Barbados
Independence issue. NWQ 3(3): 65-8, '67.
'67. Reply. R.Ffrench. 4(3): 56-7,
'68.

REECE, Sir ALAN
Goodbye to Alan Reece? M 67: 12,
Aug. 20, '71.

REEVES, CONRAD
Conrad Reeves; a kind of perfection.
L. Hutchinson. NWQ 3(1/2): 62-7, '66.

REID, STANLEY
Procession. /poem/. S 3/4: 27-8, Dec.
'70/Mar. '71.


RELIGION AND EDUCATION. See
Church and State.

RELIGIONS, AFRICAN
In the New World, Shango
became St. Jerome. T 2(1):
9, Sept. 3, '72.

RELIGIONS, EAST INDIAN

Trinidad and Tobago


The Indian Heritage;
ancestral homeland;
legacy. A. Harris.
10, Sept. 3, '72.


the
religious
T 2(1):


REVIVALS
Revival and black struggle.
B. Chevannes. S 5: 27-39,
June '71.

REVOLUTIONS
Afro-Indian studies not good
enough for the revolution. R.
Jagessar. M 92: 9, Mar. 17,
'72.
The English used force to
preserve their rights. V.
Pierce. M 46: 4, Nov. 20, '70.
Mr. Hyatali and revolution.
S. Lowhar, T 12: 14, Dec.
20, '70.


REVOLUTIONS IN LITERATURE

Book Reviews

The writer and the revolution.
/Review of Memories of under
development by Edward Desnoes/
L. King. T 2(11): 5, Dec.
17, '72.

REWARDS, PRIZES, ETC.
Decolonization: Yeah! Yeah!
M 17: 3, June 20, '69.
First class honours for third
class service. (From a radio
Broadcast). D. Mahabir. M
38: 3, Sept. '70.
Honours and paquotille. A.
Espinet. NWQ 2(l): 19-22,
'65.
Of hummingbirds and brass
face. A. Espinet. T 2: 5,
8, Oct. 19, '69.

REYNOLDS (GUYANA) MINES LTD.
Guyana moves on Reynolds. T
2(11): 1, Dec. 17, '72.








RHODESIA
Rhodesia has been betrayed. N.
Linton. M 80: 4, 9, Dec. 23, '71.
See also
Great Britain Foreign Relations -
Rhodesia.


RHYS, JEAN
The road to Thornfield hall.
/review of Wide Sargasso Sea by
Jean Rhys/. W. Look Lai. NWQ
4(2): 17-27, '68.


RICHARD, GEORGE
Cable collect (bread) at Textel.
M 88: 6-8, Feb. 18, '72.


RICHARDS, NATHAN
In the gray dawn (a patriot's
lament) /poem/. NWQ 3(3): 69-
70, '67.


RICHARDSON, ROY
Reader hits Richardson /LLetter to
the Editor7. M 111: 11, July 28,
'72.
Richardson must show he is serious.
M 111: 2, July 28, '72.
Who got graft and who got shaft
in the Sookrajh affair? M 85:
6-7, Jan. 29, '72.


RIENZI, ADRIAN
DLP: politics of doom. A. Ram-
rekersingh. T 2: 5, 7, Oct. 19,
'69.


RIGHT AND LEFT (political science)
A revolution from the right?
G. Bowrin. M 74: 4-5, 8, Nov.
13, '71.


RIO CLARO, Trinidad
East coast rebellion brewing;
discontent over Amoco $1,200 on
project. T 2(4): 1, 12, Oct. 22,
'72.
'Fix-up' politics in Rio Claro.
T 24: 4, Feb. 27, '72.
Rio Claro: Prime Minister's special
neglect program. T 25: 6, Apr.
2, '72.

RIOTS
See also
Trinidad and Tobago Demonstrations


RIVIERE, WILLIAM
The Bill Riviere tragedy. M 121:
12, Oct. 13, '72.
The big UUI dilemma. J. Millette.
M 121: 4, Oct. 13, '72.


Bill Riviere was here. T 2(4): 3,
Oct. 22, '72.
Black power and the music of resis-
tance. /review of 'The Black Man
in the Caribbean' by B. Riviere/.
T 26: 3, 7, May 7, '72.
Ex-detainee banned. M 119: 16,
Sept. 29, '72.
From Stokely to Riviere. T 2(6):
2, Nov. 12, '72.
The last words of Dr. Bill Riviere.
M 122: 6-7, Oct. 20, '72.
Our piggish cops. A. Tang-Chow. M
122: 9, Oct. 20, '72.
Teachings of Dr. Bill Riviere. M
123: 10, Oct. 27, '72.
They objected to his expulsion. M
122: 6, Oct. 20, '72.


ROACH, ERIC
Poem. T 25: 2, Apr. 2, '72.
Poem for this day. T 2(11): 14,
Dec. 17, '72.
about
A long road to travel. D. Pantin.
'T 21: 5, Oct. 3, '71.
West Indian poetry; some problems
of assessment. G. Rohlehr. T 20:
11-14, Aug. 29, '71.
ROACH, LANGSTON
Change; a review and projection.
M 6: 1, 4, Jan. 17, '69.

ROAD USER TAXES. See Transportation
Automative-Taxation.


ROADS

Trinidad and Tobago

Mercy on us_ Mr. P.M. ZLetter to
the Editor/. M 45: 2 Nov. 6, '70.
Our roads are built in holes. M
96: 4, Apr. 14, '72.
/Roads/ C. Prescott. M 129: 12,
Dec. 8, '72.


ROBERTS, MEG
A new political dawn. T 13: 3,
Jan. 31, '71.


ROBINSON, Ao N. R.
A.N.R. on the horns of a dilemma.
M 36: 1, Sept. 4, '70.
Circo politico. M 41: 1, Oct. 9,
'70.
The die is cast. V. Pierce. M 39:
3, Sept. 25, '70.
Fraud upon fraud upon fraud. M
45: 1, Nov. 6, '70.
Here we stand. J. Millette. M
40: 1, 9, Oct. 2, '70.
In fashion; two-dimensional men:
ANR and Hudson. D. Solomon. T
9: 9, 11, Sept. 28, '70.








ROBINSON, A.N.R. (Continued)
No_election_without representation.
/Editorial/. T 10: 1, Nov. 1, '70.
No more doctors. T /S/NC May 13, '71.
Now for now politics;_the making of
messiahs. /Editoria.L/ T 9: 1,
Sept. 28, '70.
Robinson to the test ... M 40: 12,
Oct. 2, '70.
Search for easy solutions. M 36:
5, Sept. 4, '70.
The truth must out. T 2(12): 1,
Dec. 24, '72.
Your turn to play. T 16: 4-5,
May 23, '71.

ROBINSON, JOAN
Organization of agriculture in
China. NWQ 3(4): 41-50, '67.

ROBINSON, ROBERT
Rope in dem new Trinidad banks.
M 98: 9, Apr. 28, '72.
Yankee,go home! Antigua: tourism and
the black society. M 106: 6, June
23, '72.

ROCHFORD, PHILIP
Look how a high man trying to bend
Moko; Fitzwilliam and Co. sends
its compliments. M 93: 10, Mar.
24, '72.

RODNEY, WALTER
Bogle's reminder: a personal state-
ment by Dr. Walter Rodney. M 2:
2, Nov. 15, '68.
Masses in action. NWQ 2(3): 30-7, '66.
about
Abeng, Mokoand New World: a review.
N. Girvan. NWQ 5(1/2): 1-4, '69.
After Rodney; the politics of student
protest in Jamaica. N. Girvan.
NWQ 4(3): 59-68, '68.
Diary of events 16 October /L968/
(Reprinted from a student-staff
Action Committee Pub. 17.10.68).
M 1:4, Oct. 28, '68.
Details of assault by an officer of
Jamaican police force on Alvin
Ribeiro and Ivan Browne, 16.10.68.
M 1: 2, Oct. 28, '69.
February revolution: origins. L.
Best. T 12: 9-13, Dec. 20, '70.
Free University; we are not alone.
Bulletin No.14, M 2:3-4, Nov.15, '68.
Government and insecurity. Bulletin
No. 13, M 1:3, Oct. 28, '68.
Government and the students; some
legal aspects. H. Small. M 1: 3,
Oct. 28, '68.
In perils of the police. Bulletin No.
8, W. Cox. M 1: 2, Oct.28, '68.
Jamaica witchhunt. M 5: 1, Dec.
27, '68o


Miss Manley and the press. M 2:
,1, Nov. 15, '68.
Moko-jumbie ZEditorial/. M 1: 2-
3, Oct. 28, '68; 2: 2-3, Nov.
15, 68; 3: 2-3, Nov. 29, '68.
No Roman holiday this. M 1: 4,
Oct. 28, '68.
The Prime Minister speaks.
Comments on the Prime Minister's
speech to the island M 1: 2,
Oct. 28, '68.
The Rodney affair: a social
psychological perspective.
A. Camacho. M 3: 3, Nov. 29, '68.
Rodney: the other side. M 1: 1,
4, Oct. 28, '68.
Statement of brutality. W. Fagan.
M 1: 2, Oct. '68.
Student return home. Bulletin
No. 9, LReaction to PM's speech
to the nation/. M 1: 3, Oct. 28,
'68.

RODNEY AFFAIR. See Rodney,
Walter.


ROHLEHR, GORDON
After thoughts. T 23: 8, 13,
Dec. 26, '71.
Les Ballets Africains; cultural
dilemma. M 3: 1, Nov. 29, '68.
Calypso and morality. M 6: 4,
Jan. 17, '69.
Calypso and politics. M 73: 7-8,
14-18, Octo 29, '71.
Character and rebellion in A
House for Mr. Biswas lby/_V. S.
Naipaulo /review article/. NWQ
4(4): 66-72, '68.
The folk in Caribbean literature.
Pt. 1, T 2(11): 7-8, 13-14,
Dec. 17, '72.; Pt. 2, 2(12): 8-9,
15, Deco 24, '72o
Forty years of calypso. Pt. 1,
In the beginning was the word.
G. Rohlehr. T 2(l): Sept. 3,
'72. 4p; Pt. 2, Here come the
tents. 2(2): 4-5, Sept. 17, '72;
Pt. 3, 2(3): 6-7, Oct. 8, '72.

History as absurdity; Columbus to
Castro /by/ E. Williams. /review
article/. T 11: 4-7, Nov. 29,
'70; 12: 5-6, 8, 16, Dec. 20,
'70.

also published in M 49: 6-7,
Dec. 4, '70.; 50: 6-7, Dec. 11,
'70; 51: 7, 18, Dec. 25, '70.
Kaiso '69. M 8:- 1, 3, Feb. 14,
'69.
/Review of/ Rights of Passage;
Masks /by/ E. Brathwaite. M
14: 2, Apr. 9, '68.








ROHLEHR, GORDON (Continued)
Sounds and pressure. Pt. 1, Jamaica
blues. M 16: 4, June 6, '69; Pt. 2,
17: 3, June 20, '69.
Sparrow and the language of calypso.
S 1(2): 87-99, Sept. '70.
/Review of/ Yellow Submarine.
LMoving picture play/. M 18: 2,
July 4, '69.
West Indian poetry; some problems
of assessment. T 20: 11-14, Aug.
29, '71.

about
Caribbean critics. LA review of
The Islands in Between: essays
on West Indian literature edited
with an introduction by Louis
James (1968j/. L.E. Brathwaite.
NWQ 5(1/2): 5-12, '69.

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. See Catholic
Church.

ROSS, LENNOX
Wooden crutches; stricken with polio
at six months ... he went on in
spite of the odds. M 128: 6, Dec.
1, '72.

RUSSIA

Economic Relations

Underdeveloped countries

The Soviet Union and its economic
relations with underdeveloped
countries. M 37: 4, Sept. 11, '70.

RUSSWURM, JOHN
Pioneers in American freedom. J.
Clarke. NWQ 2(3): 71-3, '66.

RYAN, SELWYN
Electoral reform in Uganda. M 51:
15, 21, Dec. 25, '70.
How others do it; electing the
President in Uganda. M 52: 5,
8, Jan. 8, '71.
Restructuring the Trinidad economy.
NWQ 4(4): 7-23, '68.

ST. CYR, ERIC
The falling value of our dollar.
T 2(13): 7, Dec. 31, '72.
Why the cost of living rising so?
T 2(13): 11-12, Dec. 31, '72.

ST. FRANCOIS GIRLS COLLEGE,
Trinidad
Donald Pierre's agony in the spot-
light. A. Espinet. T 4: 1, 5,
Dec. 21, '69.

ST. JOHN, BRUCE
Art. /poem/. S 3/4: 82, Dec. '70/Mar.'71.


Bajan litany. /poejn/. T 25: 4
Apr. 2, '72.
West Indian litany. /poem/. S
3/4: 82, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.

ST. KITTS

Government and Politics

Chaos in St. Kitts. M 12: 3, Apr.
11, '69.
See also subhead St. Kitts
under the following subjects:
Black power
Civil rights


ST. LUCIA FORUM
A forum for neo
Lucia/. J. St
4, Jan. 31, '


w politics. /St.
rangely. T 13: 2,
71.


ST. MARTIN'S GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL,
Trinidad
Money hungry school. M 120: 16,
Oct. 6, '72.

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, Trinidad.

See College of the Immaculate
Conception, Trinidad.


ST. PIERRE, MAURICE
The sociology of decolonization;
the case of Guyana bauxite.
NWQ 5(4): 50-62, '72.
Strike or struggle? Unrest on
the Mona campus of the
University of the West Indies.
NWP No. 7, Dec. '72, 24p.

ST. VINCENT

Government and Politics

Political crisis in St. Vincent.
K. John. NWQ 3(3): 51-6, '67.


SALARIES
Yuh tink we
increases?
'72.


does get big
M 101: 9, May 19,


SALKEY, ANDREW
LReview of/ Bitter-Sweet and
Spice /by/ E. M. Coard. M 63:
9, June 25, '71.
/Review of/ the Humminqbird
people Lby/ C. E. Palmer. M 65:
9, July 24, '71.
/Review of/ Language for living
/by/ Cecil Grey and Joan Barker.
M 69: 11, Sept. 24, '71.
Literature. Discussion of V.S. Nai-
paul's work/. M-68: 2, Sept.10, '71.







SALKEY, ANDREW (Continued)
/Review of/ Newships; anthology
of West Indian Poems /edited by/
D. G. Wilson: Talk of the Tamarinds;
anthology of poetry /edited by/
A. N. Forde. M 67: 10, Aug. 20, '71.
/Review of/ One love; an anthology
of prose, poems and narrative verse
/by/P. Wint, A. King, .A. Helps and
F. Hasfal. M 70: 11, Oct. 1, '71.
/Review of/ Plains of Caroni /by/
Samuel Selvon. M 45: 3, Nov. 6, '70.
The sieve of tradition. /review of
Ascent'. to Owai by W. Harris_/.
M 46: 9, Nov. 13, '70.
/Review of/ Soledad Brother; the
prison letters of George Jackson.
M 58: 7, May 7, '71.

SAMAROO, BRINSLEY
Constitution change; the East
Indian response. T 25: 7-10,
Apr. 2, '72.
Democracy and the voting machine.
M 51: 3, 23, Dec. 25, '70.
Dialogue for so! Chaguaramas
diversion. T 19: 2, Aug. 15, '71.
Government by emergency. T 23: 17,
Dec. 26, '71.
Indians in politics. T 12: 17, Dec.
20, '70.
Local Gov't; no power to the people.
Pt. 1, T 2(12): 7, 10, Dec. 24,
'72; Pt. 2, 2(13): 15, Dec. 31,
'72.
The 'national' festival of Deya
Devali. T 10 2, Nov. 1, '70.
The task of round 4. T 17: 7,
June 27, '71.
You have to come better than that
Mr. Pitt. T 2(10): 3, Dec. 10, '72.

SAMMY, JAMES
Who are our countrymen? Pt. 1;
M 70: 2, Oct. 1, '71; Pt. 2;
71: 10, Oct. 8, '71.


SAN FERNANDO, Trinidad
San Fernando Borough charged with
neglect. M 30: 8, July 24, '70.

SANATAN DHARMA MAHA SABHA (Trinidad
and Tobago)
Sabha antics are disgusting. M
89: 9, Feb. 26, '72.
Where has all the money gone? M
45: 11, Nov. 6, '70.

SANDY, IRWIN
See also
Sunday Punch (newspaper)

SANITATION
0 hell, Hamil! What you do the
Express? M 86: 9, Feb. 5, '72.


Trincity stinks up again ... M
94: 12, Mar. 31, '72.
See also
Public health


SARAFAT, S. MOHAMMED
Will I be here for next year's
Eid? T 2(6): 9, Nov. 12, '72.

SATIRE, POLITICAL
Baytee and Lio. M 20: 9, Jan. 16,
'70.
God and B. Wight. Y. Lord. M 16:
1, June 6, '69.
No dam dog bark. The sayings of
our chairman. Y. Lord. M 15: 2-3,
May 23, '69.

SATIRE, SOCIAL
Call that George. M 9: 3, Feb. 28,
'69; 10:3, Mar. 14, '69; 11: 3,
Mar. 28, '69; 12: 2, Apr. 11, '69;
13: 3, Apr. 25, '69; 14: 3, Apr.
9, '69; 15: 3, May 23, '69; 16:
3, June 6, '69; 17: 3, June 20,
'69; 18: 3, July 4j '69.
Bajan litany. Lpoem/ B. St. John.
T 25: 4, Apr. 2, '72.
Baytee and Lio. M 19: 5, Dec. 22,
'69; 21: 10, Jan. 30, '70; 22:
10, F-b. 13, '70.

SAVACOU (periodical)
West Indian poetry; some problems
of assessment. G. Rohlehr. T 20:
11-14, Aug. 29, '71.


SCHULER, MONICA
Akan slave rebellions in the
British Caribbean. S 1(1): 8-31,
'70.

SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Trinidad and Tobago

Couva Junior Sec; raw deal in a
package. A. Ramrekersingh. T 29: 3,
Aug. 13, '72.
My alma mater. A. Johnson. M 131:
11, Dec. 22, '72.
See also
College of the Immaculate Con-
ception; Curepe Educational Institute;
Queen's Royal College; St. 'Francois
Girls' College; St. Martin's Girls High
School.


SCOTT, DENNIS
Black Mass: Introit /poem/ S 3/4:
100-1, Dec. '70/Mar. 171.
Black Mass: Invitation /poem/ S
3/4: 101, Dec. '70/Mar. '71.




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