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His family was quite affluent and so he spent his early years living a comfortable life in the countryside; however, due to the American Occupation of the Dominican Republic from he went into exile with his parents. His years in exile were spent in: Colombia , Venezuela and the Dutch Antilles. Upon their return the Aristy family were unable to once again establish themselves in their lands in the east of the country; instead they settled in the south western part of the country. Up till the year the Aristy family was lived in their south western holdings and went through rough times attempting to rebuild their destroyed fortune. The remaining part of his adolescence was spent in the Eastern town of La Romana where he continued his education and worked at the Central Romana Corporation's food warehouse. While working at the warehouse he was a first-hand witness to the abuses the predominantly Haitian sugar labourers were subjected to. He left the Central Romana's warehouse and moved to the capital, Santo Domingo where he graduated from secondary school and entered the University of Santo Domingo now Autonomous University of Santo Domingo pursuing a degree in Journalism.
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