Haiti: State Against Nation

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Monthly Review Press, 1990 - History - 282 pages

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Haiti, state against nation: the origins and legacy of Duvalierism

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Trouillot efficiently covers a broad historical sweep from pre-independence through Haiti's ill-fated elections of 1987. He develops the thesis that Haitian history has been characterized by a growing ... Read full review

Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments
9
The Problematic of State and Nation
15
A Republic for the Merchants
59
Copyright

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