Cheddi Jagan, Guyana President and liberator, dies; educated at Howard University

March 1997
Jet;03/31/97, Vol. 91 Issue 19, p17
Remembers Cheddi Jagan, former president of Guyana. His death from a heart attack in 1997; His fight to bring freedom to his oppressed people; His educational background.


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