Jeepers, in today’s Sunday Gleaner, Errol Hewitt presents some scary truths.
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There was an innate enthusiasm in most Jamaicans, especially among those entering adulthood, to commit themselves to our country’s political and socio-economic development.

As students, the reality of political independence and its challenge for us as a people, given our history of slavery and colonialism, immediately brought the application of socio-economic and political theory ‘upfront’ and very personal to us. To most at that time, indeed a brighter day was dawning.

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