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Open Access The white minority and the emancipation process in Montserrat, 1807-32

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The white minority and the emancipation process in Montserrat, 1807-32

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Author focuses on the governing élites and argues that salient features of their behaviour and attitudes were responses to the emancipation process. They objected to the abolition of slavery and the divergence of the society they lived in from the ideals they envisioned. Concludes that the élite's harsh responses to change exacerbated rather than strengthened their fragile political and economic status.

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