THE LATIN AMERICAN POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES by Samuel Flagg Bemis

THE LATIN AMERICAN POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An expert, historical interpretation and tracing, of diplomatic actions, conferences and treaties from United States' Independence to the present day, which shows in detailed explanation the evolution of a specific foreign policy. From the earliest expressions of United States' principles, to the background, influence and importance of the Monroe Doctrine, to the threat of protective imperialism, to non-intervention and arbitration, to the present climax of policy and faith, this is a book for the serious student of Latin-American affairs, with an interest in an integrated background for the problems of the future.

Pub Date: May 11th, 1943
Publisher: Harcourt Brace