Send The Haitian Junta Back To The Barracks

Tiny, impoverished Haiti is now the only member of the Organization of American States ruled by a military junta. That is the reason why President Bush must not let Haitian army thugs keep control of the country after their bloody Sept. 29 overthrow of Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the only legitimately elected President Haiti has ever had. Bush's denunciations of Fidel Castro's tyranny will ring hollow unless the U.S. joins with other Latin American countries to reverse the coup and return Aristide to the President's palace in Port-au-Prince.

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