What About Bolivia?

June 1944
New Republic;6/5/44, Vol. 110 Issue 23, p760
Focuses on political developments in Bolivia. Indication that the U.S. and the Latin American republics refusal to recognize the Bolivian government established by the revolution are about to reverse their stand; View that Bolivian revolution was Axis-inspired and not in line with the war interests of the United Nations; Story of Argentina's having fostered the revolution; Connections between the Junta and Argentine fascists; Idea to increase the rate of quinine production; Focus on the low state of the Bolivian economy; Requirement of Bolivian government to join U.S. in economic planning for the development of the country.


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