THE AMERICAS: Patterns of Neighborliness

Weeks and months may pass before the U.S. knows exactly where it stands in neighborly relations with all the nations of the Western Hemisphere. Meanwhile in the other 20 republics small acts and big announcements are week by week gradually defining the pattern of hemisphere relations. Last week most of the lines added to the pattern showed a trend toward hemisphere solidarity. Some of the new lines added to the still unclear design:

Mexico. In answer to an open letter from Leftish Labor Leader Vicente Lombardo Toledano, President General Manuel Avila Camacho defined...

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