The United States and the Caribbean

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The United States and the Caribbean

By Chester L. Jones, Henry K. Norton and Parker T. Moon
Chicago University Press, 1929
240 pp. $1.50

A sound, balanced review of the history, economic development and social problems of the Republics facing the Caribbean, with emphasis on their close relations with the United States. The author is the leading authority on the Monroe Doctrine and his volume forms part of the "American Foreign Policy Library" edited by Sumner Welles.

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