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Ovid Abrams. Metegee: The History and Culture of Guyana. Ashanti Books. 1998. 456pp.

Vere T. Daly. The Making of Guyana. Macmillan. 1974. 218pp.

George K. Danns. Domination and Power in Guyana: A Study of the Police in a Third World Context. Transaction Publishers. 1982. 193pp.

Wilfred L. David. The Economic Development of Guyana, 1953-1964. Clarendon Press. 1969. 399pp.

Georges A. Fauriol. Foreign Policy Behavior of Caribbean States: Guyana, Haiti, and Jamaica. University Press of America. 1984. 338pp.

John Gafar. Guyana: From State Control to Free Markets. Nova Publishers. 2003. 366pp.

Steve Garner. Guyana, 1838-1985: Ethnicity, Class and Gender. Ian Randle Publishers. 2007. 359pp.

Kean Gibson. The Cycle of Racial Oppression in Guyana. University Press of America. 2003. 97pp.

Percy C. Hintzen. The Costs of Regime Survival: Racial Mobilization, Elite Domination, and Control of the State in Guyana and Trinidad. Cambridge University Press. 1989. 240pp.

Dave Hollett. Passage from India to El Dorado: Guyana and the Great Migration. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 1999. 325pp.

Kempe R. Hope. Guyana: Politics and Development in an Emergent Socialist State. Mosaic Press. 1985. 136pp.

Henry B. Jeffrey; Colin Baber. Guyana: Politics, Economics, and Society: Beyond the Burnham Era. London and New York: Frances Pinter. 1986. 203pp.

Jay R. Mandle. The Plantation Economy: Population and Economic Change in Guyana, 1838-1960. Temple University Press. 1973. 170pp.

Robert H. Manley. Guyana Emergent: The Post-Independence Struggle for Nondependent Development. Cambridge, MA: Schenkman Publishing Company. 1982. 176pp.

Joan R. Mars. Deadly Force, Colonialism, and the Rule of Law: Police Violence in Guyana. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 200pp.

R. S. Milne. Politics in Ethnically Bipolar States: Guyana, Malaysia, Fiji. University of British Columbia Press. 1981. 279pp.

Brian L. Moore. Cultural Power, Resistance and Pluralism: Colonial Guyana, 1838-1900. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1995. 376pp.

Linda Peake; D. Alissa Trotz. Gender, Ethnicity and Place: Women and Identities in Guyana. Routledge. 1999. 228pp.

Maurice St Pierre. Anatomy of Resistance: Anti-Colonialism in Guyana, 1823-1966. Macmillan Education. 1999. 214pp.

Ralph R. Premdas. Ethnic Conflict and Development: The Case of Guyana. Avebury. 1995. 205pp.

Mohammad Abdur Rauf. Indian Village in Guyana: A Study of Cultural Change and Ethnic Identity. E. J. Brill. 1974. 121pp.

Euclid A. Rose. Dependency and Socialism in the Modern Caribbean: Superpower Intervention in Guyana, Jamaica, and Grenada, 1970-1985. Lexington Books. 2002. 450pp.

Arthur J. Seymour. Cultural Policy in Guyana. Unesco. 1977. 68pp.

Marilyn Silverman. Rich People and Rice: Factional Politics in Rural Guyana. E. J. Brill. 1980. 240pp.

Jai Narine Singh. Guyana: Democracy Betrayed. Kingston Publishers. 1996. 224pp.

Thomas J. Spinner. A Political and Social History of Guyana, 1945-1983. Westview Press. 1984. 244pp.

Alvin O. Thompson. Colonialism and Underdevelopment in Guyana, 1580-1803. Carib Research & Publications. 1987. 299pp.

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