Haiti: the Duvaliers and their legacy
The story of the tyrannical years in Haiti is one of degradation and repression and of shocking life-and-death struggles for power. This account from the senior editor of Haiti Times reads incredibly like a novel by Graham Greene. 8 pages of photos.
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