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Post-Aristide Haiti Seeks Stability

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Post-Aristide Haiti Seeks Stability

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Post-Aristide Haiti Seeks Stability

Post-Aristide Haiti Seeks Stability

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Haiti's interim government has been trying to create political and economic stability in the two months since Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide was driven into exile. Many areas have calmed down since the bloody rebellion, but problems remain. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Newsday reporter Michael Deibert.