by Ralph Gonsalves
Undoubtedly, Britain was the beneficiary of criminal enrichment through the slave trade, slavery, and its Caribbean colonies. It is surely unquestionable that African slavery in the Caribbean contributed immensely to the building of Britain’s economy.
Part 4 of a review essay on Hilary Beckles’ book, Britain’s Black Debt: Reparations for Caribbean Slavery and Native Genocide.
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