Colour, Class and Custom: The Literature of the 1987 Fiji Coup
rhis paper is concerned with the dramatic events surrounding the 1987 coup in Fiji. In his respect it is hardly unique: although the coup occurred only five years ago, Hundreds of thousands of words have already been published concerning its possible explanations. Rather than attempt to compete directly with those many books and articles, I seek to explain the explanations by surveying the key works on the coup mat were available up to late 1990, categorizing the major explanations they...[Show more]
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