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Comment: Publisher: Kendall Hunt Publishing
Date of Publication: 2009
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Bouyon Kultur: Creolization and Culture in Dominica Paperback – Jan 30 2009


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Excellent quick read Feb. 18 2011
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Format: Paperback
And not just for poli sci students. Reed, a college professor, makes his case with sharp, economcial writing and a well-organized progression. Given the perennial train wreck of the government in Haiti, the socialistic democracies in Spain and France, and U.S. hand-wringing over how our revolutionary fathers would view today's poiltical system, this an eye-opening journey that the author delivers with the finely honed chops of a historian who knows how to bring the past to life. Revolutions are nation's chances to reboot their destinies and Reed understands this better than your average prof.
Well worth the read! Dec 6 2011
By charlene at Dosido Bookshelf - Published on Amazon.com
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I picked up this book mainly to read about the French revolution, of which I know too little, and to see how the author compares the French revolution to the American revolution. I did not expect to be interested in the analysis of Haiti's revolution. But what I will remember most from the book is the story of L'ouverture Toussaint, the brilliant freed Haitian slave who was light-years ahead of all the wise men of France who opposed him. I also learned about the secondary effects of the French revolution upon the political thought of the new American republic. The book provides a historical sweep of four revolutions with an integrated analysis of what worked or did not work and why. Not one boring page!


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