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Discuss the Haitian uprising. In what ways is this an expression of the ideals of the Enlightenment? In what ways did Haiti go further than the American or French Revolutions? Compare the Haitian revolution to the other revolutionary movements in Latin America. Who were the leading figures? What were their main goals?

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