Latin American Balance Sheet

Prewett, Virginia
October 1944
New Republic;10/30/44, Vol. 111 Issue 18, p564
Focuses on the attempts being made by the United States to strengthen relations with Latin America. Design of a cooperative program to meet the dangers threatening the mutual interests of Latin America and the U.S.; Lack of efforts to cure the ills; Statement on the proliferation of German news and propaganda in Latin America; Programs for health and sanitation; Setting up of national health departments saving lives and rehabilitation of sick bodies; Plan for programs to meet food shortage; Exchange of techniques to grow food crops to meet the challenges of malnutrition; Rehabilitation of railways in Mexico; Solution to the problem of unemployment in Honduras.


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