“Guard Our Heritage” Celebrating 250 Years of Parliamentary Democracy 1979

With its 1973 independence, a new Social Contract had been psychosocially and constitutionally enacted between the Bahamian government and the people. This was not the first Social Contract, but it Continue Reading

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Adelaide’s Poor Negro Population of 80 Raises 18 Shillings and Bahamas Government Sends Priceless Antique Cannon to Scrap Metal War Effort in England 1941

Sacrifice, is a word so gratuitously used today, that it is easy forget superlative moments in the history of mankind, when true sacrifice meant offering up your very last. The Continue Reading

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