"Carnegie has taken up his pen, and his fine scholarly intelligence, against the nation-state, its lofty pretensions and its low crimes, its interferences as well as its betrayals. Challenging in its provocations and substantive in its arguments, this book is a welcome ontribution to studies of nationalism and the Caribbean." - David Scott, Columbia University
About the Author
CHARLES V. CARNEGIE teaches anthropology and African American studies at Bates College, Maine.