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said Aristide. He shrugged as though the name was not worth considering. "CIA.
Turnbull? Same thing." Whether or not the two men had affiliations to that agency,
they were clearly only a small part of the wider disinformation campaign ...
While he was studying abroad in the late 1970s, Aristide wrote articles for the
Haitian Catholic newspaper Bon Nouvel that irritated Jean-Claude Duvalier's
regime. When he returned to Haiti, he re- , mained outspoken. On SepJ^mbej^l2^
Aristide's people felt that the man had been sent to disrupt the hunger strike, and
perhaps to cause a panic that would empty the cathedral. Meanwhile, the young
men and women lying before the altar were growing visibly thinner — though, ...
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This welcome interpretation of Haiti provides many insights into a country that few North Americans understand. Wilentz, a journalist, captures the complex cultural ambience and mystery of domestic ... Read full review