First test for democracy

Rodman, Selden
February 1991
National Review;2/11/1991, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p24
Forecasts the future of Haiti under the leadership of Father Jean-Bertrand Aristide, its newly elected president. Overview of the elections, which saw the defeat of United States-supported moderate, Marc Bazin; Aristide's plans for his country; Domestic and international challenges faced.


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