THE CABINET: Something Practical

Among dozens of ideas about how the U. S. should conduct its foreign relations, there is at least one policy on which nearly all citizens agree. It is a policy now 115 years old, first expressed in the Monroe Doctrine: The Americas must belong only to North and South Americans. For most of the 115 years, U. S. policy has been confined mainly to the negative side of this doctrine, keeping foreign nations out. Recently Pan American conferences, the "Good Neighbor Policy," etc. have attempted to give it some positive substance. Last...

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