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What Happened in Grenada in 1983?

October 23, 2013

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Bill Bigelow, co-director of the Zinn Education Project, has another quick and lucid history lesson up. This week, identifying yet another sore gap in our popular history textbooks, he’s illustrating the U.S. invasion of Grenada, a “lovely little war” that Reagan’s administration spat out thirty years ago this week. You can read the article here and, as always, keep up with the Zinn Education Project, especially if you’re an educator of any sort. They’ve got a wealth of good perspective and plenty of downloadable teaching materials to keep students (and teachers) asking the right questions about history…

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