Haiti: Family Business traces the historical orgins of the 'Duvalier system' and shows how and why it has survived until now. It examines the modern Haitian economy, the country's social structure and the role of the United States, for most of this century a key actor n Haitian political life. The book also looks at the forces for change in a country which has in recent years undergone some economic modernization and assesses the future prospects of the 'Duvalier system'.
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