Roche, John P.
June 1982
National Review;6/25/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p786
The article discusses the history of Latin America, while emphasizing the region's relations with the U.S. Known elsewhere in the Hemisphere as "Ios blancos," the inhabitants of the states Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile, have only residual ties with Spanish civilization. Indeed, the Argentine majority is of Italian extraction, and both Argentina and Chile produce excellent Rhine wines. Venezuela has been vigorously supporting Argentina in the Falklands dispute because it claims roughly two-thirds of Guyana, formerly British.


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