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* Haiti's history did not end, of course, in 1804, nor even did the revolution, in a sense.  But the true sense of equality and the hope for a prosperous Saint Domingue did seem to end with Louverture and the victory of Dessalines.
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* [[Haiti]]'s history did not end, of course, in [[1804]], nor even did the revolution, in a sense.  But the true sense of equality and the hope for a prosperous [[Saint-Domingue]] did seem to end with Louverture and the victory of Dessalines.
  
* Malick Ghachem - The Haitian revolution forced historians to talk differently about the American and French revolutions - like why didn't the American Revolution resolve the slave issue?
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* Malick Ghachem - The Haitian revolution forced historians to talk differently about the American and [[French Revolution|French revolutions]] - like why didn't the American Revolution resolve the slave issue?
  
 
* Seppinwall - Haiti's revolution showed blacks that servitude was not inevitable.
 
* Seppinwall - Haiti's revolution showed blacks that servitude was not inevitable.

Latest revision as of 17:47, 21 August 2006

  • Haiti's history did not end, of course, in 1804, nor even did the revolution, in a sense. But the true sense of equality and the hope for a prosperous Saint-Domingue did seem to end with Louverture and the victory of Dessalines.
  • Malick Ghachem - The Haitian revolution forced historians to talk differently about the American and French revolutions - like why didn't the American Revolution resolve the slave issue?
  • Seppinwall - Haiti's revolution showed blacks that servitude was not inevitable.