This book examines the political and economic legacy of the Duvalier regime with the intention of clarifying its implications for Haiti's development. It states that reforming the nation's economic development strategy to address the needs of the poor is one of the political task of Haitians.
1. The Political Economy of Haitian Migration 2. The Subversion of International Aid During the 1970s 3. The Imposition or a New Development Strategy 4. Agriculture: Export Crops and-Food Security 5. Industry: The Potentials or Assembly Export Production 6. Export-Led Development and Migration 7. An Alternative Strategy: Economic: Democracy