Add comment on:Truth Amidst the Rubble in Haiti: The U.S. Is the Problem, Not the Solution
Li Onesto / Revolution
In fact, this moment in Haiti—where the whole future of the country and the people hangs in the balance—poses sharp questions. How did Haiti come to be so poor? Why was there no infrastructure in the country? Why were 2-3 million people out of a population of 9 million living in the capital city of Port-au-Prince? And will the aid and economic development that the U.S. is offering really help the people and rebuild the country?
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