The Most Honourable Michael Norman Manley
Manley served two terms from March 2, 1972 to November 4, 1980 and from February 13, 1989 to March 30, 1992. He was born on December 10, 1924 in St Andrew and educated at Jamaica College (1935-43) and overseas at the London School of Economics (1945-49).
He has impacted the nation with a greater sense of importance and urgency regarding national identity, and, internationally, he has impacted the ideas of capitalist and socialist leaders with his advocacy of Democratic Socialism. He was a prolific writer of articles and books. His publications include The Politics of Change (1973), Search for Solutions (1977), Jamaica: Struggle in the Periphery (1982), Up the Down Escalator (1987), and A History of West Indies Cricket (1988).
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