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Objective: Dokte Paul, pages 1-44 Mountains Beyond Mountains opens in 1994 as American soldiers attempt to suppress a military junta that threatens Haiti's newly democratic and elected government. One of the first scenes describes Captain Carroll's men recovering the beheaded body of an elected official from that Artibonite River. Paul Farmer arrives to try and explain that the Haitians are losing confidence, but Captain Carroll misinterprets the warning as...
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