Senator Butler and Latin America

Herring, Hubert
December 1943
New Republic;12/20/43, Vol. 109 Issue 25, p872
Analyses the charge made by Senator Hugh Butler regarding the wasteful U.S. policy towards Latin America. Statistics related to the money spent by the U.S. in Latin America; Information that much of the money spent in Latin America has gone into military installations; Allegation made by Butler that money spent in Latin America has been wasted, with emphasis on the Pan American Highway, which he says, is useless; Criticism made by Butler that the embassies run by the U.S. State Department in Latin America are overstaffed; Disliking of the cultural projects of Butler that are being run by the U.S. in Latin America.


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