Race and Politics in the Dominican Republic

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University Press of Florida, 2000 - History - 160 pages
An examination of the historical development and political use of antihaitianismo, a set of racist and xenophobic attitudes prevalent today in the Dominican Republic. These portray Dominican people as white Catholics, while Haitians are viewed as spirit-worshipping black Africans.

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