Punishing the Population: The American Occupations of Haiti and the Dominican Republic by Andrew Gavin Marshall

by Andrew Gavin Marshall
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February 21, 2012

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A brief glance at the early 20th century American occupation of Haiti and the Dominican Republic tell us a great deal about America’s role in the world today. The Dominican Republic is the Western nation on the island that was named Hispaniola by Christopher Columbus, and was later split between Spanish and French rule: Santo Domingo in the west and Saint Domingue in the east. Continue reading

The United States Overthrow of Democracy in the Dominican Republic

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