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Pan American Visions: Woodrow Wilson in the Western Hemisphere, 1913-1921
     

Pan American Visions: Woodrow Wilson in the Western Hemisphere, 1913-1921

by Mark T. Gilderhus
 
"Gilderhus traces the diplimatic political and economic aspects of Wilson's Latin American policy before and after World War I, concentrating on the roles of Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Chile. . . . A penetrating and timely study based on State Department records and the Wilson papers. It deserves to be widely read and discussed."--Latin America in

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"Gilderhus traces the diplimatic political and economic aspects of Wilson's Latin American policy before and after World War I, concentrating on the roles of Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Chile. . . . A penetrating and timely study based on State Department records and the Wilson papers. It deserves to be widely read and discussed."--Latin America in Books

"This provocative book fills a major gap in the historical literature of Pan Americanism. . . . Deserves to be widely read and discussed."--Journal of American History

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"This provocative book fills a major gap in the historical literature of Pan Americanism. It is also important as a case study in the continuing efforts of the United States to manage the affairs of the Western Hemisphere, which is the book's underlying theme, in the face of Latin America's mistrust and parochial interests. . . . Deserves to be widely read and discussed."—Journal of American History"Gilderhus traces the diplimatic political and economic aspects of Wilson's Latin American policy before and after World War I, concentrating on the roles of Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Chile. . . . A penetrating and timely study based on State Department records and the Wilson papers. It deserves to be widely read and discussed."—Latin America in Books

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ISBN-13:
9780816509362
Publisher:
University of Arizona Press
Publication date:
11/01/1986
Pages:
194
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

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