Reviews the accomplishments of the 1979–83 revolution in the Caribbean island of Grenada. Explains the roots of the 1983 coup that led to the murder of revolutionary leader Maurice Bishop, and to the destruction of the workers and farmers government by a Stalinist political faction within the governing New Jewel Movement.
Also in New International no. 6:
• Washington's 50-year Domestic Contra Operation by Larry Seigle
• Land, Labor, and the Canadian Revolution by Michel Dugré
• Renewal or Death: Cuba's Rectification Process, two speeches by Fidel Castro
Notes. Now with index