The United States and Latin America in the 1980s

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The United States and Latin America in the 1980s

Edited by Kevin J. Middlebrook and Carlos Rico
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1986
648 pp.

Fifteen essays and seven comments, by U.S., Latin American and English contributors, analyze current relations between Latin America and the United States, emphasizing broad themes rather than nation-oriented accounts. Four categories of issues are thus presented: those dealing with economics, political and social matters, and security problems. There is also a long preface on change, complexity and contending perceptions, as well as statistical appendices.

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