Jamaica Gleaner Commentary published: Thursday | September 1, 2005
Balancing rights with prudence
WITH TIME running out as his last term as Prime Minister of Jamaica draws to a close, Mr. Patterson is concerned - and understandably so - that he completes as many projects as possible before the curtain comes down.
WHEN I was 18 or 19, my Uncle Alister Cooke taught me an invaluable, lasting lesson about the country of my birth. We were walking across Slipe Road, on the same side as, but somewhere below Courts, to a furniture-making shop. - Melville Cooke