Antigua and Barbuda by Riva Berleant-Schiller, Susan Lowes, Milton Benjamin

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These differences were intensified when, in the seventeenth century, English colonial policy and practice dedicated its Leeward Island Colony to the commercial production of sugar on large monocrop plantations. Barbuda's unreliable rainfall made sugar production risky, no other kind of large-scale commodity production seemed profitable, and the island was shunted out of the main line of Leewards economy, politics and land use. It became, most unusual in the Caribbean, the private domain of a single family, the Codringtons, who tried to make their profit from indigo, cotton, provisions and wreck salvage, economic pursuits that many other islands abandoned.

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