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Jamaica had its own constitution before 1962.
Jamaica gained its own constitution when it attained adult suffrage.
Jamaica got its own constitution when it became independent.
Jamaica gained its own constitution when the British took the island from Spain.
It has its own constitution.
It has its own currencies and banknotes.
It will be defended by its mother country.
It chooses its own leaders.
Kitts and Nevis
Crop Over Harvest
Trinidad and Tobago carnival
Carnival Morning jam
Sugar cane season
Festival of lights
Festival of candles
Festival of sweets
Festival of lamp
None of the above
The majority of Jamaicans did not want Garvey.
The British rulers did not allow him to participate in any election.
The Jamaicans at the time were unable to vote to help him win an election.
He was more interested in the UNIA than the party.
He campaigned for universal adult suffrage.
He was chief minister from 1955 to 1959.
He was against Jamaica's membership in the Federation of the West Indies.
He co-founded the People's National Party.
Haiti and Cuba
Cuba and Jamaica
Jamaica and Haiti
Cuba and the Dominican Republic
Cuba gained independence from Spain in 1898.
Cuba gained independence from the USA in 1902.
Cuba gained independence from Carlos Manuel de Céspedes in 1868.
Cuba gained independence from Jose Marti in 1886.
All three countries underwent some kind of revolution that led to their independence.
They all had different colonizers.
Jamaica negotiated with its colonial rulers for its independence.
Cuba and Haiti negotiated with their colonizers for independence.