- Title Pages
2.Grenada, 1949–1979: Precursor to Revolution
3.Grenada: Socioeconomic Overview, 1960–2012
4.A Retrospective View from Richmond Hill: An Interview with Bernard Coard
5.Grenada Once Again: Revisiting the 1983 Crisis and Collapse of the Grenada Revolution
6.Remembering October 19: Reconstructing a Conversation with a Young Female NJM Candidate Member about Her Recollections of October 19, 1983
7.Grenada: Noncapitalist Path and the Derailment of a Social Democratic Revolution
8.C. L. R. James and the Grenada Revolution: Lessons Learned and Future Possibilities
9.The Challenges for Revolutionary Change in the Caribbean
10.The Grenada Revolution and the Caribbean Left: The Case of the Guyana Working People’s Alliance
11.Exploring Transitions in Party Politics in Grenada, 1984–2013
12.The Spirit and Ideas of Maurice Bishop Are Alive in Our Caribbean Civilization
- The Grenada Revolution
- Merle Collins
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