Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope: The Progressive Ideals from the Revolution of 1804 Set the Pace (Paperback)
Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope: The Progressive Ideals from the Revolution of 1804 Set the Pace brilliantly presents Haiti's entire socio-political and economic history with poignant analysis into a mere eight chapters.
From the relatively peaceful and stable pre-colonial period, to the illustrious independence victory, and concluding with Haiti's current struggles. This book offers unique assistance with understanding Haiti's political instability, social discords, and economic woes without falling into bias theory. It relates the story of a valiant, resilient, creative, imaginative, and mysterious people with objectivity. Above all, it not only diagnoses Haiti's problems but also goes deep into the root causes of those problems and proposes solutions to resolve them and build a better future for Haiti.
No matter who you are, young or old, native Haitian or not, a student or professional interested in real knowledge about Haiti, this book is for you. Whether you are a decision-maker or simply interested in Haiti's affairs, you will learn about Haiti's challenges both past and present, and its hope for the future.