Haiti country studies

Haiti country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction
History
Spanish Discovery and Colonization
French Colonialism
French Settlement and Sovereignty
Colonial Society
The Haitian Revolution
Toussaint Louverture
Independent Haiti
Christophe's Kingdom and P琠on's Republic
Boyer: Expansion and Decline
Decades of Instability, 1843-1915
The United States Occupation, 1915-34
Politics and the Military, 1934-57
Fran瑥is Duvalier, 1957-71
Jean-Claude Duvalier, 1971-86
Geography
Society
Population
Migration
Fertility and Family Planning
Social Structure
The Upper Class
The Middle Class
Peasants
Urban Lower Class
Gender Roles and Family Life
Language
Changes in Language Use
Creole, Literacy, and Education
Religion
Roman Catholicism
Protestantism
Education
Primary Schools
Secondary Education
Higher Education
Health
Aids
Health Services
Welfare
The Economy
Growth and Structure of the Economy
Economic Policy
Labor
Agriculture
Land Tenure and Land Policy
Land Use and Farming Technology
Cash Crops
Food Crops
Forestry
Livestock and Fishing
Industry
Assembly Manufacturing
Domestic Manufacturing
Construction
Mining
Energy
Services
Tourism
Foreign Trade
Government and Politics
From Duvalier to Avril, 1957-89
The Constitutional Framework
The Governmental System
Governmental Institutions
The Functions of the State
Urban Dominance, Rural Stagnation
Political Dynamics
Army Politics
The President
Perceptions of Democracy
The Mass Media
Interest Groups
Political Parties
The Upper and the Middle Classes
Interest Groups
Foreign Relations
Bibliography

http://www.haiti.org/
https://www.nytimes.com/topic/destination/haiti


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