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Haiti In The New World Order: The Limits Of The Democratic Revolution
  • A. Dupuy
  • Political Science
  • 9 December 1996
Meanings of the New World Order A Neoliberal Model for Post-Duvalier Haiti The Struggle for a Democratic Alternative: 19861990 The Prophet Armed: Jean-Bertrand Aristides Liberation Theology andExpand
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The prophet and power : Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the international community, and Haiti
  • A. Dupuy
  • Political Science
  • 7 December 2006
Chapter 1 Foreward Chapter 2 Globalization, the "New World Order Imperialism," and Haiti Chapter 3 Before Aristide: Class Power, State Power, and the Duvalier Dictatorships, 1957-1990. Chapter 4 TheExpand
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Commentary Beyond the Earthquake
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Disaster Capitalism to the Rescue: The International Community and Haiti After the Earthquake
14 T estifying before the united states senate Foreign Relations Committee on March 10, former president Bill Clinton, who is now serving as the special envoy to Haiti for the United Nations, made aExpand
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Wildlife and Parks in Senegal
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Haiti: From Revolutionary Slaves to Powerless Citizens: Essays on the Politics and Economics of Underdevelopment, 1804-2013
Introduction. 1. The Capitalist World-Economy, the Fetishism of Commodities, and the Social Geography of Race: A Reply to Michel Foucault 2. Toussaint Louverture, the Haitian Revolution, andExpand
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Historical Stages
The contributors to this section are Alex Dupuy, a Haitian graduate student in sociology at Brandeis University; Peter Evans, who teaches sociology at Brown University; Elizabeth Dore, a graduateExpand
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Thoughts on Globalization, Marxism, and the Left
To me, the most important fact about L4P on its 25th anniversary is the people who are associated with its publication, especially the collective of coordinating editors under Ron Chilcote'sExpand
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