The Woman in Latin American and Spanish Literature: Essays

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Similarly in Haiti, even minor musical variations of Haitian music are given different names, i.e., konpa-dirék and kadans pampa,which are almost identical rhythmically but have different names for marketing purposes (Averill 71). Two years later the Wailers signed with Island Records in London. They also offer a platform through which a new economic model of integration can be promoted, as the “Washington Consensus” clearly showed serious flaws during the previous decade.

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Publisher: Mcfarland (March 22, 2012)

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