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Grenada

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Title: Grenada Island of Conflict. Published by MacMillan Education, 1998. Paper back. 504 Pages.

Internally book is in very good condition apart from the title page being damaged as seems to be a sticker as been torn off. Externally the book in also in very good condition with no signs of wear nor age.

On 19 October 1983, the Caribbean island of Grenada captured international headlines when revolutionary Prime Minister Maurice Bishop and many of his colleagues were killed, in a confrontation resulting in American intervention.;This text examines past turmoil in Grenada by focusing on six episodes in the island's history, including: the European destruction of the first Amerindian inhabitants; the rebellion against the rule of the French and then the British colonialists; the disgrace of Gairy; and the demise of Maurice Bishop and the PRG. The book shows how the socio-economic and political background to each conflict holds the key to its resolution and asks whether Grenadians can now become masters of their own destiny, rather than subject to external agencies and groups.

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Author(s):
George Brizan
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0333710231
ISBN-13:
9780333710234
Number of pages:
504
Publisher:
Macmillan
Title:
Grenada Island of Conflict

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Title: Grenada Island of Conflict. Published by MacMillan Education, 1998. Paper back. 504 Pages.

Internally book is in very good condition apart from the title page being damaged as seems to be a sticker as been torn off. Externally the book in also in very good condition with no signs of wear nor age.

On 19 October 1983, the Caribbean island of Grenada captured international headlines when revolutionary Prime Minister Maurice Bishop and many of his colleagues were killed, in a confrontation resulting in American intervention.;This text examines past turmoil in Grenada by focusing on six episodes in the island's history, including: the European destruction of the first Amerindian inhabitants; the rebellion against the rule of the French and then the British colonialists; the disgrace of Gairy; and the demise of Maurice Bishop and the PRG. The book shows how the socio-economic and political background to each conflict holds the key to its resolution and asks whether Grenadians can now become masters of their own destiny, rather than subject to external agencies and groups.

Author(s):
George Brizan
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0333710231
ISBN-13:
9780333710234
Number of pages:
504
Publisher:
Macmillan
Title:
Grenada Island of Conflict

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