As the reality of the billions of dollars to be spent on the military buildup on Guam draws nearer it might be useful to remember what the military presence on Guam has meant to the economic development of the island since World War II. In short it has resulted in a standard of living - conveniences services and economic prosperity - higher than that of any Pacific island west of Hawaii . . .
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