LATIN AMERICA: Pro-U. S. or Neutral?

In Chile last week Latin America's only Popular Front Government met its first major electoral test and came out a winner. Of more interest to the U. S. was the fact that the policy of cooperation with the U. S. was also put to a test and also came out a winner. This was something of a paradox because most elements of the Popular Front favor nationalism and neutrality against a pro-U. S. alignment in World War II.

After Socialist Minister of Trade Oscar Schnake Vergara returned from a six-month visit to Washington...

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