Trinidadian historian Dr. C.L.R. James discusses his book "The Black Jacobins: Toussaint L'Ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution." The book was originally published in 1938. His work on the Haitian revolution is, amongst the best I've read, though he was a committed Communists,I understand why with all it's newness and promises,what wasn't apparent was the built in weakness in the system, especially when compared to the cruelty of raw unfettered capitalism,under which slavery mushroomed. The vid is static , a pic, so just pretend you are listening to the radio..but what a great interview.