- Prime Minister Lauds JDF for Role in Advancing HOPE Programme
- PM Breaks Ground for Ruthven Towers Apartment Complex
- Gov’t Looking At Public-Private Partnership to Expand CCTV Coverage
- NHT Requested to Address Housing in Barbican, St. Andrew
- Action Taken to Reduce Non-Revenue Water
- Jamaica House Fellows Hailed
- Jamaica and T&T in Talks to Acquire Ship
- PM Tables Special Economic Zones Regulations
- Jamaica Taking Greater Ownership of Policy Goals – PM
- Level of Relief in Mount Salem – PM
The Most Honourable Michael Norman Manley, ON, OM, OCC
FOURTH PRIME MINISTER:
March 2, 1972 – November 4, 1980, and February 13, 1989 – March 30, 1992
He has impacted the nation with a greater sense of importance and urgency regarding national identity, and, internationally, he has impacted the ideas of capitalist and socialist leaders with his advocacy of Democratic Socialism
Tall, handsome, forceful and flamboyant, Michael Manley has been undoubtedly Jamaica’s most eloquent, visionary, controversial, and dynamic leader since independence.
He studied at Jamaica College (1935-43) and overseas at the London School of Economics (1945-49). There, he came under the influence of Harold Laski, the man more responsible than any other for the training of men who later became Commonwealth Prime Ministers. At the LSE he gained academic honours.
Has been a journalist, trade unionist, party president, senator, Cabinet Minister, Leader of the Opposition, Vice president of the Socialist International, and Prime Minister of Jamaica.
A prolific writer of articles and books. Publications include – The politics of Change (1973), Search for Solutions (1977), JAMAICA: Struggle in the Periphery (1982), Up the Down Escalator (1987), and, A History of West Indies Cricket (1988).
December 10, 1924
Norman Washington Manley, and wife Edna
Jacqueline nee Kemellardski, 1946
Thelma nee Varity, 1955
Barbara nee Lewars, 1968
Beverley nee Anderson, 1972
Glynne nee Jones, 1992
Rachel, Sarah, Natasha, Joseph, David
March 6, 1997
Age at Death