By James Ferguson
The U.S. invasion of Grenada in 1983 used to be noticeable as a victory for freedom. by way of the early Nineties, even if, the tale of post-invasion Grenada had turn into considered one of disillusionment and cynicism. This paintings finds the level of the USA failure, financial and political, and its influence at the island's people.
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