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I Speak For the People: The Memoirs of Wynter Crawford Essay

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  • on December 3, 2008
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This book report is based on the book entitled “I Speak for the People: The Memoirs of Wynter Crawford”, and was edited by Woodville K. Marshall. It was first published in Jamaica, 2003 by Ian Randle Publishers, 11 Cunningham Avenue, Kingston; ISBN number 976-637-126-1(paperback). It is a soft cover book which costs $120 and entails a foreword, acknowledgement, introduction, fourteen chapters, an epilogue, appendix and an index with a total of 180 pages.
“I Speak for the People: The Memoirs of Wynter Crawford” is a discourse which gives the reader an inside, first-hand view of the life and times of Wynter Crawford and the quest for political and social enfranchisement   leading up to Independence in Barbados . The book explores the many challenges Barbados faced on their journey to political independence drawing particular reference to colour prejudice and discrimination towards the coloured and blacks and white superiority within their society. This discourse also highlights Crawford’s achievements and the great strides and efforts he made for the people of Barbados. However, even though Crawford was Barbadian with regards to nationality, he was an all-round Caribbean man who shared a passion to see the Caribbean free of colonial powers. Even though these memoirs are of the life and times of Wynter Crawford, Crawford relates enormously to his chief ally Sir Grantley Adams. Wynter Crawford also gave great attention to his weekly newspaper the “Barbados Observer” in which he was publisher and editor and how it radically changed and educated the people of Barbados about current issues.
The events contained in this discourse are not subjected to one setting or place. It encompasses the entire life of Mr. Wynter Crawford. He was born in the year 1910 and from the beginning of the book explores his life from the tender age of four (4). His life has set that stage where the discourse of this book is told. Throughout his lifespan his career and many experiences have...

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