Red and black in Haiti

radicalism, conflict, and political change, 1934-1957
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University of North Carolina Press , Chapel Hill, NC
Communism -- Haiti -- History -- 20th century, Black nationalism -- Haiti -- History -- 20th century, Radicalism -- Haiti -- History -- 20th century, Haiti -- Politics and government -- 1934
StatementMatthew J. Smith.
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LC ClassificationsF1927 .S656 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL22666289M
ISBN 139780807832653, 9780807859377
LC Control Number2008047298

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Flag of Haiti used by the Duvaliers: The new constitution under Duvalier returns to the black and red flag first used by Dessalines, although the coat of arms remains but with color modifications instead of the blue, with black.

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