Ambassadors in Foreign Policy: The Influence of Individuals on U.S.-Latin American Policy

Ambassadors in Foreign Policy: The Influence of Individuals on U.S.-Latin American Policy

Ambassadors in Foreign Policy: The Influence of Individuals on U.S.-Latin American Policy

Ambassadors in Foreign Policy: The Influence of Individuals on U.S.-Latin American Policy

Synopsis

Introduction by Albert P. Vannucci The Ambassador Simpatico: Dwight Morrow in Mexico by Richard Melzer In Defense of Hegemony: Sumner Welles and the Cuban Revolution of 1933 by Louis Perez Elected by Providence: Spruille Braden in Argentina in 1945 by Albert P. Vannucci Adolf Berle in Brazil: 1945-46 by C. Neale Ronning Lincoln Gordon and Brazil's Military Counterrevolution by Jan Knippers Black In the Years of Salvador Allende by Nathaniel Davis Ambassadors in Foreign Policy by C. Neale Ronning & Albert P. Vannucci Bibliography. Index. About the Editors and Contributors
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