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You want to go live in La Saline with this priest? You want Aristide to decide
where you eat and where you live? You are us, Charles. What this priest calls 'the
parasites.' Aristide would say, 'I'll take Charles's business. I'll live in Charles's ...
Low-level development workers, who spend most of their time out "in the field" —
as anthropologists and aid people call the countryside — live in a painful limbo:
often the good advice they give to the bureaucrats in the capital is ignored or ...
The little soldiers are on the people's side, we are men of the people, we live in
the bidonvilles with the people. The hierarchy of the Army is corrupt. They have
enriched themselves at our expense, at the expense of the people. They live in
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The rainy season: Haiti since DuvalierUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
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