Sunkel, Oswaldo
April 1972
Foreign Affairs;Apr1972, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p517
Focuses on the development of economic nationalism in Latin America. Replacement of politico-ideological confrontation with economic confrontation between national interests of Latin America and the U.S.; Development strategy of industrialization; Process of internal polarization and segregation.


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