Javits, Jacob K.
April 1967
Foreign Affairs;Apr1967, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p449
This article discusses on the efforts of the presidents of the nations in Western Hemisphere to take special cognizance of the inadequate rates of economic growth in Latin America. Experts will be meeting on April 1967 to once again give their respective proposed solutions to the problem. This will be crucial to the presidents because if they fail to grapple with the difficult decisions involved in speeding up economic development, they will be ignoring the demands of the people of Latin America for a higher standard of living, and thereby exposing the continent to the threat of growing and possibly uncontrollable stress and violence.


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