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Social Change in Latin America Today: Its Implications for United States Policy
Social Change in Latin America Today: Its Implications for United States Policy
By Richard N. Adams and Others
Harper (for the Council on Foreign Relations), 1961, 353 pp.

It is not always easy to see how social change affects international relations. In this book six authors, who are all anthropologists or sociologists, examine recent developments in a number of Latin American countries with an eye first to their effect on the local society and then to their implications for relations between the United States and each of these countries. The papers were originally presented to a study group at the Council on Foreign Relations.