Irving W. Andre
Edward Oliver Leblanc And The Struggle To Transform Dominica
Edward Oliver LeBlanc entered politics in 1957 with an avowed purpose - to ensure that every Dominican had an equal opportunity to gain an education and earn a decent living. The teacher, agriculturalist, fisherman, poet and politician battled near overwhelming odds to achieve his vision in the 1960a and early 1970s. At the height of his power in 1974, he suddenly resigned as Premier of Dominica and virtually disappeared from the political landscape. her at last, is the extraordinary and riveting story of a man whose vision, determination and dedication to his cause continue to excite the imagination of a nation.
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