Abstract

This article argues that the absence of diplomatic agreements between Haiti and Britain created unique opportunities for British citizens to liberalize trade in the postcolonial Americas. It provides some suggestions on how Haitian coffee dominated the nineteenth century marketplace with economic embargos in place. Specifically, it fleshes out the human relationships that made that dominance possible.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2333-7311
Print ISSN
1090-3488
Pages
pp. 68-99
Launched on MUSE
2015-08-23
Open Access
No
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