Mixed U.S. Signals Helped Tilt Haiti Toward Chaos





Even as Haiti prepares to pick its first elected president since the rebellion two years ago, questions linger about the circumstances of Bertrand Aristide's ouster — and especially why the Bush administration, which has made building democracy a centerpiece of its foreign policy in Iraq and around the world, did not do more to preserve it so close to its shores.


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