THE AMERICAS: Policy Statement

The Eisenhower Administration's policy toward Latin America gets articulate interpretation in the current issue of LIFE EN ESPAÑOL. The writer is Henry Holland, the State Department's Latin American Affairs chief from 1954 until he resigned last August to join the Manhattan law firm of Anderson & Roberts. Holland's main points:

Good Partnership. When President Eisenhower took office, "the wholesome concept of good neighbors" prevailed in inter-American relations. But "we foresaw a bond stronger than any yet achieved here or in any other community of world states." As a result, Eisenhower "called for a thorough study of the entire field of inter-American...

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