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Agrarian Change and Peasant Prospects in Haiti

@inproceedings{Steckley2015AgrarianCA,
  title={Agrarian Change and Peasant Prospects in Haiti},
  author={M. Steckley},
  year={2015}
}
Although the devastation from Haiti’s 2010 earthquake was concentrated in urban Port-au-Prince, it must be understood to have deep rural and agrarian roots. This paper begins by situating Haiti’s urban poverty in the chronic exploitation of the country’s agricultural producing classes, which provides a necessary foundation from which to assess debates over the role that agriculture will play in Haiti’s post-disaster reconstruction. The focus of the paper then turns to a critical assessment of… Expand
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