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Dr. Waters is one of a new breed analysts for whom the interpenetration politics, culture, and national development key to larger integration social research. Race, Class, Political Symbols remarkably cogent examination uses Rastafarian symbols reggae music in Jamaican electoral campaigns. The author describes analyzes way politicians effectively employ improbable strategies success. She includes interviews with musicians, leaders, government party officials, campaign managers. democracy politics are fused its culture; hence advertisements, songs, pamphlets, other documents part picture Caribbean life letters. This volume centers comes rest on adoption context Jamaica’s democratic institutions, which characterized by vigorous campaigning, fraud, gang violence. In recent elections, such violence claimed lives hundreds people. Significant issues dealt this cultural setting: race differentials among Whites, Browns, Blacks; rise anti-Cubanism; Rastafarians’ response use their symbols; current status ideological legitimacy.