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U.S. Role in Aristide's Exit Questioned on Hill

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U.S. Role in Aristide's Exit Questioned on Hill

U.S. Role in Aristide's Exit Questioned on Hill

U.S. Role in Aristide's Exit Questioned on Hill

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In House hearings on U.S. policy toward Haiti, Democrats accuse the Bush administration of condoning a coup against democratically elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Republicans paint Aristide as a dictator who sanctioned drug dealing and corruption. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen.