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Argentine Riddle
Argentine Riddle
By Felix J. Weil
Day, 1944, 297 pp.

This is probably the best book on Argentina to come out in recent years. The author, an Argentine economist, is not content to report surface political phenomena, but gets down to the economic and social roots of the problem of Argentina's internationally anti-social behavior. He believes that with judicious handling, United States-Argentine relations can, and should, be restored to a basis of mutual advantage.