Beyond the Ballot Box (Grenada, People's Revolutionary by Francis J. Bain

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Others remained neutral. Yet others turned to NJM with its increasingly popular appeal as the defender of the poor, and the natural home of those willing to strugg Je. The young people became more and more alienated by Gairyism. Large numbers resorted to smoking marijuana. flouting convention and all traditional christian pro· priety of their parents they formed an eccentric group. Gen· erally, they were growing their beards and their hair longer, and dirty too. They were wearing their clothes- whatever that was- dirtier too, washing less and smoking more.

He climbed tree and sucked a lot. When his mother returned she ded him about it. She told him that she needed the few nies. That he should not suck so much mangoes. Later on went out. " he paused. 11 climbed the tree and shook down everything ·ripe ones, f ripe ones, and young ones". Perhaps it was a distant symbol of his psychic forecast ich triggered off and developed into -the shaking downpour power on "Bloody Monday". But this is another field of quiry- a branch of science with which I am not too well quainted.

It would be 1teresting to read his personal recollectiors of his years in ,ffice- if he can muster the discipline to sit down and vrite it. That, rather than hatching plans for mercenary inasian- would be a great service to Grenada. It may help to 1eal the wounds and to eradicate the serious divisions inheri:ed by the People's Revolutionary Government, (PRG). March 13, 1979. _THE TYRANT IS NO MORE Hurrah! The tyrant gone! The tyrant is no more. Forward on r Onw_ard ! Fo~ward on! To vrctory we must go!

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