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In the aftermath of World War One, the Labor organizations in the British Caribbean played a crucial role in undermining British colonialism. This was achieved by the persistent demands for self-government and federation. This effort was achieved as a result of an increasing solidarity among unions and labor groups in the British Caribbean colonies.

In: Journal of Labor and Society
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