George H. W. Bush


What Panamanian leader did the Bush administration take out of power?

U.S. forces invaded Panama and removed dictator Manuel Noriega from power. Noriega had defied the results of a democratic election in his country in which he had been ousted. The U.S. faced charges of “American imperialism” for its intervention. Bush referred to the U.S. deployment of more than twenty thousand troops as “Operation Just Cause.”


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