6 edition of Grass Roots Commitment Basketball in Trinidad and Tobago found in the catalog.
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This list may not reflect recent changes. Rhonda John-Davis. Sports and Political Economy in the Caribbean by Michael H. Allen Jay R. Mandel and Joan D. Mandle, Grass Roots Commitment: Basketball and Society in Trinidad and Tobago (Parkersburg, IA: Caribbean Books, ) 75pp.
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