Chapter 1 Introduction: Contentious Friends in the Western Hemisphere Part 2 Part I: Disparate Perceptions: Expansionism vs. Arielismo Chapter 3 The Anglo-Saxon and the World's Future Chapter 4 Ariel Chapter 5 Wild People in Wild Lands: Early American Views of Latin Americans Part 6 Part II: The Nineteenth Century: The Monroe Doctrine and the Origins of U.S. Expansion Chapter 7 The Real Monroe Doctrine Chapter 8 The Monroe Doctrine, 1823–1826 Chapter 9 Autopsy of the Monroe Doctrine: The Strange Story of Inter-American Relations Chapter 10 The Platt Amendment of 1901 Part 11 Part III: From TR to FDR: Interventionism and the Good Neighbor Policy Chapter 12 Development of the Panama Policy in the Caribbean and Central America (1902-1936) Chapter 13 An Address to Congress on the Mexican Crisis *April 20, 1914) Chapter 14 The Making of the Good Neighbor Policy Chapter 15 Inevitable Revolutions Part 16 Part IV: Revolution and Intervention: The United States in Bolivia, Guatamala, and Cuba Chapter 17 The Hovering Giant: U.S. Responses to Revolutionary Change in Latin America Chapter 18 Bitter Fruit: The Untold Story of the American Coup in Guatemala Chapter 19 Did Eisenhower Push Castro into the Arms of the Soviets? Part 20 Part V: The Cold War: Dictatorship, Development, Debt, Drugs, and Central America Chapter 21 Latin America as a Problem in United States Foreign Policy Chapter 22 The Alliance that Lost Its Way: A Critical Report on the Alliance for Progress Chapter 23 The Debt Crisis and Economic Development Chapter 24 Dope and Dogma: Explaining the Failure of U.S.–Latin American Drug Policies Chapter 25 Condemned to Repetition: The United States and Nicaragua Part 26 Part VI: A New Relationship in the 1990s: Benign Neglect or Engagement? Chapter 27 Latin America Alone? Chapter 28 United States Policy Toward Latin America: A New Era of Benign Neglect? Chapter 29 Rediscovering Latin America Chapter 30 NAFTA . . . and After: A New Era for the United States and Latin America? Chapter 31 Summitry in the Americas: A Progress Report Chapter 32 Official Documents of the Summit of the Americas Chapter 33 Selected Bibliography
Neighborly Adversaries: Readings in U. S. - Latin American Relations / Edition 1by Michael J. LaRosa, Frank O. Mora, Bruce M. Bagley, Samuel Flagg Bemis, Cole Blasier
Pub. Date: 09/28/1999
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
The history of U.S.DLatin American relations has been marked by a complex fusion of tension, misperception, intervention, and cooperation. Providing a balanced and interdisciplinary interpretation, this comprehensive text reader traces the troubled relationship from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the present. Presenting seminal works that spawned an
The history of U.S.DLatin American relations has been marked by a complex fusion of tension, misperception, intervention, and cooperation. Providing a balanced and interdisciplinary interpretation, this comprehensive text reader traces the troubled relationship from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the present. Presenting seminal works that spawned an entire generation of revisionist scholarship, the editors have juxtaposed diverse views from both Latin American and U.S. academics and policymakers on a wide variety of issues spanning two centuries. This unique structure will help students to evaluate opinions while gaining a deeper understanding of the historical trajectory of scholarship and policies surrounding U.S.DLatin American relations. This format, together with the comprehensive scope of the readings, will encourage students to read across the disciplines_essential for generating meaningful dialogue. The readings are framed by the editors' opening chapter on U.S.DLatin American relations and introductory essays for each part and each selection. Students who use this book will learn that U.S.DLatin American relations, although based on specific policies, actions, and theories, have been deeply influenced by dynamic, constantly evolving scholarly interpretations in both the United States and Latin America. Comprehensive in scope yet comparative and historical in organization and structure, this collection will benefit students and specialists of Latin American history, politics, and international relations alike.
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