Pan American Progress

Pan American Progress

Pan American Progress

Pan American Progress

Excerpt

A PRECISE DEFINITION of Pan Americanisin is most difficult to arrive at. Many volumes devoted to this subject do not even attempt to define it. Considerable confusion in this regard exists even among those who have devoted themselves to the furtherance of Pan Americanism. This is not to be wondered at, for it may be said that there are almost as many different kinds of Pan Americanism as there are types of Pan Americanists.

Yet we must have some common denominator, some framework of reference within which we may definitely develop our inquiry into this fascinating and important subject. As such a framework and as such only, the following definition is submitted: Pan Americanism is the ideal of understanding and cooperation among the . . .

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