Grenada: Revolution and Invasion

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Grenada: Revolution and Invasion

By Anthony Payne, Paul Sutton and Tony Thorndike
St. Martin's, 1984
233 pp. $19.95

The first section of this detailed and critical study treats of the revolution in the small island state and its impact, with reference to the Gairy years and to the reactions of the United States, Cuba and the Commonwealth entities. The second section recounts the invasion and its aftermath, seen by the authors as seminal in modern Caribbean history.

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