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==Revolutionary History==
 
==Revolutionary History==
 
*Alexis, Jacques-Stephen "[[Of the Marvellous Realism of the Haitians]]", 1956 rpt. in ''The Post-Colonial Studies Reader'', edited by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin
 
*Alexis, Jacques-Stephen "[[Of the Marvellous Realism of the Haitians]]", 1956 rpt. in ''The Post-Colonial Studies Reader'', edited by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin
Césaire, Aimé "[[ La Tragédie du roi Christophe]] 1963, 1970
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Césaire, Aimé "[[ La Tragédie du Roi Christophe]]" 1963, 1970
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Césaire, Aimé " [[ Les Armes Miraculeuses]]",1970
 
*Thornton, John K., ‘African Soldiers in the  Haitian Revolution’ [http://www.cavehill.uwi.edu/fhe/histphil/History/JournalsJCH.htm Journal of Caribbean History], Volume 25  (1&2) 1991, p. 58-80.
 
*Thornton, John K., ‘African Soldiers in the  Haitian Revolution’ [http://www.cavehill.uwi.edu/fhe/histphil/History/JournalsJCH.htm Journal of Caribbean History], Volume 25  (1&2) 1991, p. 58-80.
 
* Zeuske, Michael. [http://www.iz3w.org/iz3w/Ausgaben/278279/LP_s34.html Handlanger der Globalisierung | Sklaverei, »schwarze« Karibik und Globalgeschichte] [accessed: November 9, 2005] - German language article from iz3w magazine where it was originally published in short form. - The articles looks at the connection between slavery and capitalism.
 
* Zeuske, Michael. [http://www.iz3w.org/iz3w/Ausgaben/278279/LP_s34.html Handlanger der Globalisierung | Sklaverei, »schwarze« Karibik und Globalgeschichte] [accessed: November 9, 2005] - German language article from iz3w magazine where it was originally published in short form. - The articles looks at the connection between slavery and capitalism.

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Revolutionary History

Césaire, Aimé " La Tragédie du Roi Christophe" 1963, 1970 Césaire, Aimé " Les Armes Miraculeuses",1970

Photography

Politics

A very multilateral coup. Franco-American harmony and unanimous blessings from the Security Council for the overthrow of a constitutional government and crushing of popular hope, in the western-Hemisphere's poorest nation-state.