"Silencing the Guns in Haiti" traces Haiti's halting and uncertain quest for democracy from the perspective of someone who played a leading part in every stage of that process.
"A provocative study of the prospects for the rule of law in Haiti."--Marilyn Bowden, "Miami Today"
" Stotzky] deepens insights into the contradictory obstacles to democratic governance in Haiti."--"Library Journal"
"Controversial and stimulating."--"Choice"
"Lucid and informative. . . . Stotzky gives readers a good foundation for understanding the pressures facing the impoverished but determined Caribbean island."--"Islands"
|A Democratic Vision for Haiti|
|International Efforts to Restore Aristide to the Presidency|
|Haiti since Aristide's Return: A Preliminary View|
|Searching for Democratic Alternatives in Support of Human Rights|
|A Democratic Vision|
|The Difficulties of the Transition|
|The Aristide Government's Proposal: Strategy of Social and Economic Reconstruction|
|Haiti since Aristide's Return: A Closer Look|
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Number Of Pages: 310
Published: 1st January 1997
Publisher: The University of Chicago Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.5 x 15.0 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.42
Edition Type: New edition