Central America

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Central America

By Charles Morrow Wilson
Holt, 1941
293 pp. $3.00

A man who has written widely on agricultural problems surveys the resources and economic potentialities of the Central American Republics, as well as of Colombia, Cuba and Jamaica. He is enthusiastic about these countries and their suitability as reservoirs of foodstuffs and raw materials for the United States and as prospective markets for our manufactured goods.

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