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Haiti May Have Won Independence, But It Is Not Independent of Chaos and Poverty

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10/10/2023Lipton Matthews

Haiti famously won its independence from France during a slave revolt, but being independent has not brought political stability or prosperity. Instead, Haitians struggle to get by in the Western Hemisphere's poorest country.

 

Original Article: Haiti May Have Won Independence, But It Is Not Independent of Chaos and Poverty

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Haiti May Have Won Independence, But It Is Not Independent of Chaos and Poverty