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The U.S. Could Still Do What's Right for Haiti / Jake Johnson

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I think the lesson we've learned--whether it's Haiti, Afghanistan, anywhere you look--is that a democracy can't be imposed from outside. It has to be a homegrown thing, and the efforts to superimpose a sort of facade of democracy through power is destined to fail.

Center for Economic and Policy Research's Jake Johnston on his opinion piece at The New York Times, “The U.S. Still Can Do What’s Right for Haiti.”

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Jake Johnston

Jake Johnston is a Research Associate with the Center for Economic and Policy Research.


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