South America Looks at the United States

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South America Looks at the United States

By Clarence H. Haring
Macmillan, 1928
243 pp. $2.50

This is by far the best single book on the problem of our relations with South America as it presents itself at the present time. The author not only discusses the various reasons for the distrust of our policy felt by Latin American countries, but also outlines the Pan-Hispanic movement and its aims. The book is written with sound knowledge, sympathetic understanding and absolute freedom from bias.

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