The Cuban Yoke

Harrow, Maxwell
June 1981
National Review;6/12/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p666
The article examines the pattern of communist colonization of Cuba in Grenada. It describes the destruction of Grenada's economy under the Quisling government of Maurice Bishop. It reveals the determination of white-collar Grenadans to emigrate due to the fact that they want their children educated. It shows how the island's youth have been mobilized into an army carrying Russian automatic weaponry. It states that a lack of law is beginning to show. There is also an attempt to isolate Grenada within the Caribbean community.


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