Wasson, Donald
January 1962
Foreign Affairs;Jan1962, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p331
Academic Journal
The article presents a list of books and articles. Some of these include "Caribbean Organization," "Inter-American Social and Economic Cooperation Program and the Chilean Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Program," "Inter-American Cultural and Scientific Interchange Program," "Science Information in Latin America Washington," "Air Transport Development and Coordination in Latin America; a Study of Economic Factors," United States Aid Operations in Peru," "Constitution of the Republic of Venezuela, 1961," "The Economic Development of Venezuela," and "Report of the West Indies Constitutional Conference, 1961."


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