Mariáas, Julián
October 1960
Foreign Affairs;Oct60, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p92
The article discusses the relations between the U.S. and Spain. Many Americans still remember the impact of the Spanish Civil War on their lives in 1936-1939. Meanwhile, after World War II, Spaniards view the U.S. as a country of freedom, with high standard of living, with great opportunities and open-minded. Spain has proven to be influential in trends in Western culture. Furthermore, Spain has subtle influence on political and social developments in all the Spanish-speaking countries of America.


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