OUR LATIN AMERICAN NEIGHBORS by Philip Leonard Green

OUR LATIN AMERICAN NEIGHBORS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A general, concise, pithy and simple exposition of the South American countries by a specialist, long time active in Latin American affairs, to further the ""desire and capacity to understand other American peoples"". For comprehension of their psychology, problems, importance, he gives compactly their racial and geographical influences, the history from colony to republic, and a groundwork of their politics, ideas, culture, folkways, attitudes, etc. It is a survey of main movements, an outline for the study of inter-American relations, with a bibliography of suggested supplementary feeding. Good of its kind.

Publisher: Hastings House