PART ONE: THE INTEGRATION MOVEMENT
|1. The Current Setting3|
|The United States and Latin American Economic Development3|
|The Latin American Integration Movement8|
|A U.S. Policy for Latin American Integration15|
|U.S. and Latin American Roles16|
|2. The Economic Rationale19|
|Industrialization to Replace Imports20|
|The Economic Benefits of Integration30|
|Economic Efficiency and the Distribution of Benefits35|
|3. Integration Efforts 39|
|The Central American Common Market41|
|The Latin American Free Trade Association50|
|New Regional Groupings56|
PART TWO: U.S. POLICY TOWARD INTEGRATION
|4. The Historical Setting65|
|The Idea of a Hemispheric Customs Union67|
|Free Trade and Hemispheric Security68|
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Book title: Latin American Economic Integration and U.S. Policy.
Contributors: Joseph Grunwald - Author, Miguel S. Wionczek - Author, Martin Carnoy - Author.
Publisher: Brookings Institution.
Place of publication: Washington.
Publication year: 1972.
Page number: xi.
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