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Be levied . . ”14 So after three months’ travel in the Caribbean combined with preliminary and concluding hearings in London, all of which resulted in volumes of written testimony, the commission fell short of making a single unanimous decision about the underlying macroeconomic cause of the depression. The commissioners’ report disappointed the British Secretary of State for the Colonies Joseph Chamberlain. Certainly the commissioners had emphasized the terrible plight of the Caribbean colonies—something everyone had known for a decade—but their equivocal position as to a real remedy left the overall responsibility for a decision with the London Colonial Office.
Richardson, Economy and Environment in the Caribbean, 221–226. 22. Hugh Paget, “The Free Village System of Jamaica,” Caribbean Quarterly 10 (1964): 38–51. 23. R. W. Beachey, The British West Indies Sugar Industry in the Late 19th Century (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1978; original edition 1957), 166–168. 24. Richardson, Economy and Environment in the Caribbean, 230. 25. Gertrude Carmichael, The History of the West Indian Islands of Trinidad and Tobago, 1498–1900 (London: Alvin Redman, 1961), 166–168.
1 (1989): 111–125. 19. Holt, The Problem of Freedom, 335. 20. O. 321/125 (Confidential), “Peasant Proprietary,” May 10, 1890, PRO. 21. Richardson, Economy and Environment in the Caribbean, 221–226. 22. Hugh Paget, “The Free Village System of Jamaica,” Caribbean Quarterly 10 (1964): 38–51. 23. R. W. Beachey, The British West Indies Sugar Industry in the Late 19th Century (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1978; original edition 1957), 166–168. 24. Richardson, Economy and Environment in the Caribbean, 230.