Vodou and Political Reform in Haiti: Some Lessons for the International Community

Merrill, John
1996

Volume 20, Issue 1. Winter/Spring Throughout Haiti's turbulent history, political leaders, soldiers, and Christian clergy alike have fought against or ignored Vodou. But Vodou, the religion of the Haitian people, defines Haitian social structure. It may hold the key to lasting political reform.

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