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Bliss, J. A. Rigg 52 Puerto Rico, Elena E. Cevallos 53 Namibia, Stanley Schoeman and Elna Schoeman 54 Tanzania, Colin Darch 55 Jordan, Ian J. Seccombe 56 Kuwait, Frank A. Clements 57 Brazil, Solena V. Bryant 58 Israel, Esther M. Snyder (preliminary compilation E. Kreiner) 59 Romania, Andrea Deletant and Dennis Deletant 60 Spain, Graham J. Shields 61 Atlantic Ocean, H. G. R. King 63 Cameroon, Mark W. Delancey and Peter J. Schraeder 64 Malta, John Richard Thackrah 65 Thailand, Michael Watts 66 Austria, Denys Salt with the assistance of Arthur Farrand Radley 67 Norway, Leland B.

R. King 63 Cameroon, Mark W. Delancey and Peter J. Schraeder 64 Malta, John Richard Thackrah 65 Thailand, Michael Watts 66 Austria, Denys Salt with the assistance of Arthur Farrand Radley 67 Norway, Leland B. Sather 68 Czechoslovakia, David Short 69 Irish Republic, Michael Owen Shannon 70 Pacific Basin and Oceania, Gerald W. Fry and Rufino Mauricio 71 Portugal, P. T. H. Unwin 73 Syria, Ian J. Seccombe 74 Trinidad and Tobago, Frances Chambers 76 Barbados, Robert B. Potter and Graham M. S. Dann 77 East Germany, Ian Wallace Page iii Barbados VOLUME 76 Robert B.

With inequality of educational opportunity normatively established, in turn the better endowed go on to prepare themselves adequately for a world of work and relative affluence, while their counterpart failures face the possibilities of a menial job, unemployment or a life of poverty. The wheel turns full circle when the latter come to raise their own families and find avenues of social mobility blocked to their children. Possibly the foregoing scenario is a trifle forced, when used as an explanation for feelings of racial inferiority, since in post-independence Barbados one can point to numbers of successful coloured lawyers, doctors and other professionals, and to the undeniable reality of black political power.

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