Author: Mark Lee
Binding: epub e-book
Publisher: Abeng Press
The decade of the 1970s was one of revolution for the Jamaican and other Caribbean youth. This revolution was as profound as it was stealthy. Nowhere is this more evident than in the tumultuous experience of Rasta youth. These youthful rebels embraced the heritage of suffering and struggle bequeathed to them by generations of their African ancestors and with grit and determination forged a vehicle of social transformation. Author Mark Lee had a hand in the forging of that vehicle. Now he turns this very hand to the writing of a tract (story) that both captures the drama and pinpoints some salient lessons of that historic period.
Yvonne and Jerry, a young Rastafari couple, are assailed by drug smugglers, partisan thugs in and out of uniform, and sophisticated psychopaths of the left and right waging a domestic Cold War – with Cuban and American support – for political power.
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