South America Uncensored

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South America Uncensored

By Roland Hall Sharp
Longmans, 1945
363 pp. $3.50

A correspondent of the Christian Science Monitor describes the totalitarian governments and movements of South America, notably in Argentina and Brazil, and indicts American policy for supporting these régimes.

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