"Conversations in Bigonet, and later in Port-au-Prince, make clear that Haitians know that much of the world looks at them with near disdain. They grieve the absence of good government. They yearn for a president and officials who will value education, fair distribution of wealth, reforestation and the future of healthy families. But they know only too well the unlikelihood of that happening in the foreseeable future. In the meantime they do what they have to do — in their own small corners of the world."
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