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Haiti: Its Dawn of Progress after Years in a Night of Revolution

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"This book is a thorough and insightful exploration of Haiti's history, detailing the country's journey from revolution to progress. Kuser provides a comprehensive look at the challenges and triumphs that Haiti has faced throughout its tumultuous past. His writing is engaging and informative, offering readers a deeper understanding of the complexities of Haitian society. Overall, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in the history and development of Haiti."

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This book is part history and part travelogue, an account of a brief visit by a wealthy, white U.S. politician during a lamentable time in Haiti’s history of its invasion and occupation by the U.S. military. Dryden offers his views of elements of Haitian culture such as education, religion and commerce, with some optimism but with the shallow understanding of a casual observer who has not been immersed in the culture enough to provide truly insightful understanding. One chapter is an account of his duck hunting expedition. This is, nonetheless, valuable in helping us understand how many understood the Haitian situation in the early twentieth century. Summary by Larry Wilson.

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