Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | September 20, 2009
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EDITORIAL: When fear gains ascendancy
Douglas Leys, Jamaica's solicitor general, is regarded as a thoughtful, thorough but intellectually nimble lawyer, who is nearly as adept at the workings of international treaties to which Jamaican is signatory, as...

A bewildering stimulus package
Around the world, the level of activity in the car business is a good indicator of the state of an economy.

Don't 'Coop up' Garvey!
This article is in response to Carolyn Cooper's "University Fi Stone Dog" published last Sunday.By his own admission, Marcus Garvey was for the most part a self-educated man.

Fixing Jamaica's economic woes
For the last 10 years, Jamaica has struggled to wipe out the huge deficit in public finances brought on by the financial sector crisis of the mid-1990s and subsequently aggravated by the big losses run up by Air Jamaica and...- Morrison

Driving while texting
Maybe you've been tempted. - Chang

Everybody's Miss Jamaica
The noise has died down about the winner of the 2009 Miss Jamaica World contest but the issue is still live. - Carolyn Cooper

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