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Grenada: Disorder in the Court

The accused: 19 former government and army officials of Grenada. The charge: murder. Chief among their alleged victims was Maurice Bishop, the leftist Prime...

Fare Well, Grenada

Seven weeks after U.S. Navy Seals slipped silently onto Grenada's beaches, starting an invasion that led to the overthrow of the island's unstable Marxist...

Grenada: The Man in the Gray Fedora, Herbert Blaize

In their first post-invasion ballot, voters pick a moderate For Grenada, election day 1984 dawned as a tropical idyl: clear skies and sunshine, with brief...

Edging toward Democracy

Stability is the goal as U.S. troops prepare to leave Grenada The neatly plugged potholes along Grenada's twisting dirt roads are a testimony to U.S. aid. Less...

Grenada: Waiting in Paradise

A year after the U.S. invasion, an island faces its future The first anniversary of liberation came and went with only quiet fanfare on Grenada. In the dining...

Grenada One U.S. Invasion Later . . .

For an island only 21 miles long and 12 miles wide, Grenada has a surprisingly impressive airport. The 9,000-ft. runway of Point Salines International Airport...

A Rallying Round for Reagan

His handling of Lebanon and Grenada boosts his standing During the singing of The Battle Hymn of the Republic, the voice of a small boy I could be heard among...

In Grenada, Apocalypso Now

The ebullient beat of calypso music wafted across the crowded field. Some 40,000 Grenadians waiting for their first words from the President of the United States...

Grenada: Spice Island Power Play

After a bloody takeover, a U.S. force steams into range For almost a week, Radio Free Grenada had kept listeners across the Caribbean on edge with breathless...

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