JAMAICA: Castro's Pal Wins Again

"We are not going to be ruled by violence but by heavy manners. No one can hold us back. We know where we are going." Those were the campaign promises−despite little evidence to back up any one of them−that Prime Minister Michael Manley, 53, made to Jamaica's 860,000 voters. But Manley's pitch was apparently convincing enough. Last week the Prime Minister and his People's National Party (P.N.P.) returned to power with 48 of 60 seats in the newly expanded Jamaican parliament, gaining 58% of the popular vote. Now Manley may find that...

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