VIVE 1804!: The Haitian Revolution and the Revolutionary Generationof 1946

  title={VIVE 1804!: The Haitian Revolution and the Revolutionary Generationof 1946},
  author={M. Smith},
  journal={Caribbean Quarterly},
  pages={25 - 41}
  • M. Smith
  • Published 2004
  • History
  • Caribbean Quarterly
"1946 will be the year of freedom...Long live Democracy in action...Long live 1804!" 1 "The victory of the proletariat is the victory of us all... the hour is now for us to finally realize 1804." 2 "Yes, this IS a revolution... 1804 was a revolution...and now 1946." 3 "The Revolution of 7 January [ 1946] like that of 1804 was won by a large defend the interests of the working class and the masses we should rally together as true militants who believe firmly in TOUSSAINT." 4… Expand
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