One Island, Many Voices: Conversations with Cuban-American

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Several political, economic, financial, and social factors—including the demise of the Bretton Woods system, the oil crises, and major shifts in American foreign policy—began to change the international order that dominated the post-WWII period. [8] In this context, “neo-regionalism” emerged, integrating neoliberal principles into the new regional organizations. Another example of a new language form is French Creole, or patois, and it is spoken in Haiti.

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Publisher: University of Arizona Press (October 1, 2008)

ISBN: 0816528063

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