WHAT THE SOUTH AMERICANS THINK OF US by

WHAT THE SOUTH AMERICANS THINK OF US

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KIRKUS REVIEW

uador, Peru and Bolivia are covered by Carleton Beals; Argentina and Chile by Samuel Guy Inman; Brazil and Uruguay by Bryce Oliver; Venesuela and Colombia by Herschel Brickell, in this survey of public opinion in these countries. Here are the irritants, fears, misunderstanding, relevant to our relations with South America; the delicate diplomatic, financial, commercial considerations; the individual problems of each of the countries dependent on U. S. propaganda and practice. It is a composite picture made up of individual elements that also includes the educational, cultural, political issues involved, that considers also the responsibility of this country to answer critical and hostile attitudes with reforms in treatment. A repetition of much that has been said before, amplified by a more detailed examination of all sides of the questions inherent in this problem.

Pub Date: May 25th, 1945
Publisher: McBride