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Open Access The Dominican Republic in the twentieth century : notes on mobility and stratification

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The Dominican Republic in the twentieth century : notes on mobility and stratification

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Sketches some major social developments in 20th-c. Dominican Republic, concentrating on the turn of the last century, the early decades of the 20th c., the Trujillo period, and the post-Trujillo era. Author pays special attention the the question of 'color', stratification, and identity and the relation between the country and Haiti. He concludes that the Dominican Republic has experienced many great changes, making society more complex and more stratified.

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