Beyond the politics of race : an alternative history of Fiji to 1992
When the democratically-elected Coalition Government of Dr T1moci Bavadra was ovenhrown in a military coup in May 1987 the world was stunned. Fiji had long been seen as a shining example of stable and democratic government. Now the image was shattered. And in the search for explanations the racialist olthodoxy which for so long predominated in explanations of Ftji politics once again reared its ugly head. Fiji politics was the politics of race, and the crisis of 1987 was just another example...[Show more]
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