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Dignity is Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide's compelling story of his three years of exile, from the coup that deposed him (September 30, 1991) to the U.N. Security Council vote in favor of military intervention (July 31, 1994). He offers an intensely personal journal of events, one that records his doubts as well as his determination in the face of criticism and uncertainty. Introductory materials familiarize the reader with events from the fall of Jean-Claude Duvalier (January 1986) through the first months of Aristide's presidency. The afterword provides information on the period since Aristide's return (October 15, 1994).
Dignity is a touching and readable account by Aristide, one that refutes much disinformation circulated about him during his exile. It also constitutes a major document for historians and students of the difficult institution of democracy in the Caribbean.
About the Author:
Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristride is the author of Tout homme est un homme (Aristride, An Autobiography); In the Parish of the Poor; and Theologie et politique. Christophe Wargny is President Aristride's French agent for public relations who accompanied Aristride in his exile. Carrol F. Coates is Professor of French and Comparative Literature at SUNY Binghamton. He is the translator of The Festival of the Greasy Pole, by Haitian writer Rene Depestre.
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
Publication Date: 1996
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