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Kelsey, U.S. Intervention in Haiti & Dominican Republic, 1921
The American intervention in Haiti and the Dominican Republic; A report prepared: by Carl Kelsey, pp. 110-202, n.p., American Academy of Political
and Social Science, 1921 or 1922? (Excerpted from The Annals of the American Academy. The Columbia Law Library copy scanned appears to be a “copyflow”
production. Kelsey, a professor of sociology at the Univ. of Pennsylvania was the first recipient of a 1-year Academy Research Fellowship under an
Academy program aimed at subsidizing special investigations on questions of national interest. Kelsey spent nine months traveling through both Haiti and
the Dominican Republic. His report is broken into five parts: Pt. 1, pp. 112-114, Covers the physical characteristics of Hispaniola; Pt. 2, pp. 118-165
is focused on Haiti; Pt. 3, pp. 166-191, focuses on the Dominican Republis; Pt. IV, pp. 191-199 provides Kelsey’s views on American policy; and Pt.
V. pp. 22-202 is a bibliography.)
Title:   The American intervention in Haiti and the Dominican Republic : a report / prepared by Carl Kelsey.
OCLC Number:   665170827
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