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Led by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - clearly inspired by her husband's historic mea culpa for US agricultural policy in Haiti in the 1990s - world leaders in 2017 finally admit the flaws of supporting repressive regimes in Haiti. "Decades of (importing) top officials and policies from the U.S., punctuated with abundant aid to repressive regimes, have destroyed local political culture and left impoverished countries such as Haiti unable to govern themselves."