Pan American Progress

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7
THE GOOD NEIGHBOR BECOMES ACTIVE

THE YEARS SINCE the Buenos Aires Conference of 1936 have indeed witnessed an impressive increase in the number of activities and agencies dedicated to furthering good neighborliness in the Americas.

It is perhaps too early to assert at this time that they have either failed or succeeded in their avowed mission. Suffice it to say that people who for years knew almost everyone in the Pan American movement, now find it trying to keep abreast of the rapid changes in the names, the impressive titles, the functions and the astronomical budget figures associated with some of them. So the average observer should not feel frustrated at his inability to unscramble the maze.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • I - What Are We Talking About? 1
  • 2 - Early Days 8
  • 3 - Adolescence of Pan Americanism 31
  • 4 - Pan Americanism Comes of Age 49
  • 5 - Pan American Union 66
  • 6 - A Good Neighbor is Born 73
  • 7 - The Good Neighbor Becomes Active 84
  • 8 - New Arms of the Good Neighbor 99
  • 9 - Old Stand-Bys of The Good Neighbor 117
  • 10 - Far-Flung Fronts 132
  • II - To Light the Way 145
  • 12 - Of the People 169
  • 13 - Challenges to Meet 184
  • 14 - Inter-American Horizons 192
  • For Those Who Want More 202
  • Index 207
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