In This Review

The United States and Mexico
The United States and Mexico
By Howard F. Cline
Harvard University Press, 1953, 452 pp

Mr. Cline, director of the Hispanic Foundation of the Library of Congress, has made a valuable contribution to the American Foreign Policy Library. Summarizing the variety of factors which have molded the Mexican nation he presents a lucid, and in general optimistic, account of Mexico's twentieth-century political development and its relations with the United States.