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To the latter him replied that attitudes were becoming more tolerant but he also stated firmly that “we will not allow values to be imposed from outside”. Golding’s comment exposes the knotty dynamic at the heart of these debates. Sackur is able to pressurize the Jamaican Prime Minister in ways that are unimaginable ‘the other way round’, if, say, a Jamaican reporter were to interview the British Prime Minister. This dynamic of forceful accusation followed by defensive/aggressive refusal reproduces a combative and polarized discourse which risks hijacking the debate away from the more nuanced discussions that might lead to more meaningful and long-term changes in Caribbean culture.
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A (to change): To the latter him replied
B (updated version): To the latter he replied
A: Golding’s comment exposes the knotty dynamic at the heart of these debates.
B: Golding’s comment exposes the dynamic at the heart of these debates as they highlight who has the power to speak. [change & add text]
A: changes in Caribbean culture
B: changes in Caribbean culture [italicize Caribbean]
A: risks hijacking the debate away from the more nuanced discussion
B: risks hijacking the debate [footnote text added here in middle of sentence] away from the more nuanced discussion —