The Looting of Nicaragua

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The Looting of Nicaragua

By Rafael De Nogales
McBride, 1928
304 pp. $2.50

This book may be recommended for reading in conjunction with the preceding, and with Prof. Haring's book, listed under the heading "Latin America." The writer, a famous Venezuelan general, gives the history of the exploitation of Nicaragua as he sees it and as no doubt many other Latin Americans do. He then proceeds to an account of his own observations and experiences during a recent journey through the country. He finds almost nothing to say for the American policy and regards the whole incident as a classic example of ruthless and indefensible imperialism to be taken to heart by all Latin Americans.

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