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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Monday | February 13, 2006

Cartoons and press freedom
THE CARTOON is a modern derivative of caricature originating from the mid-18th century as an art form using satire to target social, political or even religious figures and institutions.

The magic of bee pollen
SOME TIME in 1998 Mr. Reginald Peddy, director of the Ministry of Agriculture's All-Island Beekeeping Development Project, told me that bee-keeping contributed more to agriculture than any other sub-sector... - Hugh Martin


Leadership is everything
THE COUNTDOWN WITH 12 days to go, the People's National Party has now completed the verification of the list of groups that qualify to provide delegates who will vote in the presidential elections on February 25. - Beverley Anderson -Manley


Human rights for all
MOST MODERN conceptions of human rights take their origins-or at least draw substantial inspiration from-the Universal Declaration on Human Rights of 1948. This is a resolution of the General Assembly of the United Nations... - Stephen Vasciannie















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