The United States and Mexico

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The United States and Mexico

By Howard F. Cline
Harvard University Press, 1953
452 pp. $6.00

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.

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