Globe and Hemisphere: Latin America's Place in the Postwar Foreign Relations of the United States

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Index
Adams, John: on Spanish America, 8
Adams, John Quincy: on Spanish America, 8; on maritime and commercial principles, 12
Afghanistan: direct and indirect aid from U. S. government, 91- 93, 222-23
Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act: aid to Bolivia under, 176; aid to other Latin- American countries under, 229, 251 (n15)
Aid to underdeveloped countries from U. S. government: fiscal years 1946-55, 81-95; fiscal years 1956-57, 226-33
Aiken, George: on "exploitation" of Bolivians, 183
Alexander, Robert J.: on Bolivian crisis, 184, 186-87
Allen, Edward W.: on fishery dispute with Latin America, 169, 173
Alvarado, Felipe J.: fee from U. S. bankers, 59
American Community: bases of, 2- 3, 7; agencies of, 20
Amparo Mining Company: profits of, 49, 50
Anfuso, Victor L.: on Trujillo dictatorship, 213
Argentina: investments of U. S. citizens in, 33, 36, 38, 39, 41, 43, 45, 54, 62, 64, 66, 68, 69; aid from U. S. government, 84, 87, 231
Argüedas, Alcides: book on Bolivia's maladies, 180
Bailey, C. M.: advocates tariffs and import quotas, 161
Ballivián, General Hugo: deposed, 224
Bankers, U. S. investment: practices and profits of, 53-61; list of those floating Latin-American bonds, 56
Bennett, Henry G.: on rubber development in Western Hemisphere, 143-44
Benson, Ezra Taft, 154, 155
B. F. Goodrich Company, 107
Blaine, James G.: advocates Western-Hemisphere concept, 5
Bolívar, Simón: advocates Western- Hemisphere concept, 5-6
Bolivia: investments of U. S. citizens in, 36, 38, 39, 41, 43, 45, 54, 62, 64, 66, 68, 69, 249 (n12), 250 (n2); aid from U. S. government, 84, 87, 176-77, 222-23, 231; troubles in, 175-78, 222-25
Bolster and Company: fee from U. S. bankers, 59
Borda, Antonio: fee from U. S. bankers, 59
Brandes, Elmer W.: advocates plantation-rubber program in Western Hemisphere, 136, 137-38, 140-42
Brazil: investments of U. S. citizens in, 34, 36, 38, 39, 41, 43, 45, 54, 62, 64, 66, 68, 69; aid from U. S. government, 84, 87, 231
Bridges, Styles, 169
Brown, Charles H.: on "mutual- aid" program, 230
Burma: direct and indirect aid from U. S. government, 91-93, 232-33
Cabot, John M.: on Latin America, 114-15, 190, 191-92, 193-94
Canada: investments of U. S. citizens in, 30, 36, 40, 53, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 79
Cárdenas, General Lázaro, 177
Carnegie, Andrew: enthusiast for a Pan-American Railway, 96
Castillas (Castilloas), 126, 129, 133 Castillo Armas, General Carlos: as Guatemalan chief executive, 218
Ceylon: aid from U. S. government, 232-33

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