ARGENTINA: Pivot of Pan American Peace by Henry Albert Phillips

ARGENTINA: Pivot of Pan American Peace

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another addition to the growing library of information on South America, this time primarily concerned with the foreground, and background, of Argentina, and of necessity, bching, off into discussion of other South American countries. Here are the plus and minus of United States' (mostly minus); the vices and virtues of the relationships of other nations Argentina's lifeblood of export, of corn and beef, and her neutrality to keep her stable. England our great trade rival for the future, the imprudence of our from moving pictures to commerce, and suggestions for better understandings again the importance of proper treatment and consideration is underlined so that pst may be avoided. Nothing extraordinarily new -- but interesting amplification of other books.

Publisher: Hastings House