Education in Haiti

@article{LoganEducationIH,
  title={Education in Haiti},
  author={R. Logan},
  journal={The Journal of Negro History},
  volume={15},
  pages={401 - 460}
}
  • R. Logan
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Negro History
Few Latin-American countries have been more cursed with "chronic wrongdoing and impotence" than the Republic of Haiti prior to 1915. Heredity-mongers interested in proving the Negro's inherent incapacity for self-government, historians desirous of justifying the American intervention, the American government itself, and even Haitian patriots have all dilated upon the opera-bo1ffe which ran almost interminably during the period of independence. In support of this view Mr. H. P. Davis, the latest… Expand
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