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Frontier patterns old and new
Philip Nanton

stronger hold on the Trinidad population than its Government does (Johnson, 2013 ). Direct defiance of the State is at its highest in ‘garrison’ communities, essentially urban, ghettoised islands of self-regulated groups policed and managed by gang lords. 4 These examples suggest a severe problem of self-governance. In addition the implementation of regulation and imposition of law and order are a challenge for the State, with

in Frontiers of the Caribbean