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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Saturday | August 18, 2007

Significant markers on election campaign
With the general election just over a week away, three developments have put markers on the process in separate ways. We refer to the political debates, the banning of political meetings in two troubled constituencies and the likely effect of the weather on the election date itself.

A sharing village

My father was the son of a farmer who single-handedly operated a property of about 20 acres in Mt. Industry, St. Catherine. Those, of course, were the days when neighbours got together on each other's farms from time to time and gave a day's work ploughing, planting... - Hartley Neita





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