Haiti Files: Decoding the Crisis

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Addressing the curent Haitian crisis in terms of the surreptitious attempts at economic takeover by the US government and corporations.
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Overview

Addressing the curent Haitian crisis in terms of the surreptitious attempts at economic takeover by the US government and corporations.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780962125973
  • Publisher: Essential Information, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/1/1994
  • Edition description: 1 ED
  • Pages: 250

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
The Tragedy of Haiti 5
President for Life 16
Haiti in the Eyes of the World 21
The Ruling Families
Haiti's Family Affairs 29
Haiti's "Economic Barons" 35
As Brown Fiddled, Haiti Burned 40
The Military
Paper Laws, Steel Bayonets 42
The Tontons Macoutes 47
The Birth of FRAPH 53
The Diaspora
The Tenth Department 56
Haiti Is Here 60
The Popular Movement
Haiti's Popular Resistance 64
Proverbs of the People 72
Jean-Bertrand Aristide
Words of Deliverance 77
The Coup and U.S. Foreign Policy
The Unmaking of a President 87
The "Embassy" Memo 104
Selling Out Democracy 108
"Shadow" Plays Dirty Tricks in Haiti 118
Haiti in the Mainstream Press: Excesses and Omissions 121
U.S. Aid Programs and the Haitian Political Economy
"Export-Led" Development 123
Swine Aid 130
Sweatshop Development 134
"A Fake Kind of Development" 155
Subverting Democracy 157
Drugs: The Haitian Connection
Press Briefing on the Haitian Drug Trade 163
Senate Hearings on Haitian Drug Trafficking 165
Drugs and the Haitian Military 168
CIA Formed Haitian Unit Later Tied to Narcotics Trade 171
"Greymail" Warning on Haitian Drug Prosecutions 177
Human Rights and the Refugee Question
Terror Prevails in Haiti 180
Haiti Human Rights Report 184
No Port in a Storm 191
Guantanamo Bay: When Will the Suffering End? 199
Events in Haiti, October 15, 1990-May 11, 1994 205
Sources 241
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