From the first page:
The following is a summary of interviews conducted in connection with important questions in the Caribbean about a year after the break-up of the federation attempt of 1958-1962. I lived in the West Indies for a year – from September 1, 1962 to September 1, 1963. I travelled in Trinidad, British Guiana, Grenada and St. Vincent at the end of February and beginning of March; and in Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Antigua, Martinique and St. Lucia in April. I interviewed upwards of eighty people, including politicians (government and opposition), civil servants, academics, labour leaders, businessmen, administrators, consuls and newspapermen.
St. Francis Xavier University
Antigonish, Nova Scotia
October 15, 1963
Why did the West Indies Federation Fail?
The Seven – What are their Prospects?
The Outlook for Jamaica and Trinidad.
The Caribbean Economic Community.
The Caribbean Organization.
Canada’s Future Role.