Getting Haiti Right This Time : The U.S. and the Coup
Did Aristide leave Haiti voluntarily? Why did the U.S. want him out? What does the regime change mean for the health of Haitians? Did Aristide "overstay his welcome," in the words of Vice President Dick Cheney, who never had a welcome in his own country to overstay? After 35 coups, what does the double entendre mean to get Haiti "right" this time?From Noam Chomsky, author of the 100,000 copy cloth best seller, "Hegemony and Survival," from Paul Farmer, subject of the "New York Times" biography by Tracy Kidder "Mountains Beyond Mountains," from Jean-Bertrand Aristide, president of Haiti and first lady Mildred Aristide, from "Democracy Now!" host Amy Goodman, come the answers the world has been waiting for.
- Hardback | 180 pages
- 127 x 195.6 x 17.8mm | 181.44g
- 30 Sep 2004
- Common Courage Press
About Noam Chomsky
Paul Farmer is Professor of Medical Anthropology at Harvard medical School and Founding Director of Partners in Health. The subject of a just released biography by Tracy Kidder, Farmer is the author of The Uses of Haiti, Infections and Inequalities, and AIDS and Accusation. Greg Bates is Publisher at Common Courage Press. Amy Goodman is the controversial host of Democracy Now!