Caribbean colonies were dominated by a small minority of Europeans and, to some extent, a smaller number of ‘coloured’ people, with the majority Africans and Asian indentured population as the working people. Before 1838, some free ‘coloureds’ had become politically, socially and economically powerful. … Continue Reading

“Slavery is no more than a state of war between a conqueror with absolute power and the conquered…” (John Locke: 1632-1704)
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