Dominican republic country studies

Dominican republic country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
The First Colony
Haiti and Santo Domingo
Santana and Baez
Annexation by Spain, 1861-65
The Contest for Power, 1865-82
Ulises Heureaux, 1882-99
Renewed Conflict, 1899-1916
Occupation by the United States, 1916-24
The Era of Trujillo
The Post-Trujillo Era
Civil War and United States Intervention, 1965
Joaquín Balaguer, 1966-78
Antonio Guzmán, 1978-82
The Society and Environment
Geography
Rivers
Climate
Population
Migration
Urbanization
Racial and Ethnic Groups
Modern Immigration
Haitians
Urban Society
Urban Society - the Middle Sector
Society - the Urban Poor
Rural Society
Sugar Plantations
Mixed Farming
Family and Kin
Religion
Education
Health and Social Security
The Economy
Growth and Structure of the Economy
Economic Policy
Labor
Agriculture
Agriculture - Land Tenure and Land Policy
Agriculture - Farming Technology
Cash Crops
Food Crops
Livestock
Forestry and Fishing
Industry
Traditional Manufacturing
Free-Zone Manufacturing
Mining
Construction
Energy
Tourism
Foreign Trade
Government and Politics
The System of Government
The Executive
The Legislature
The Judiciary
Public Administration
Local Government
The Electoral System
Political Dynamics
Political Developments Since 1978
Interest Groups
The Armed Forces
The Roman Catholic Church
Economic Elites
Trade Unions
Student Politics
Peasants
Middle Class
The Bureaucracy
Outside Actors
Political Parties
The Mass Media
Foreign Relations
Bibliography

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominican_Republic
http://www.dominicanrepublic.com/


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