THE AMERICAS: Ministers' Meeting

President Eisenhower got his first chance last week to mend some of the damage done to U.S.-Latin American relations by the attacks on Vice President Richard Nixon. In a letter to Brazil's President Juscelino Kubitschek, Ike suggested "that our two governments should consult together as soon as possible with a view to approaching other members of the Pan-American community, and starting promptly on measures that would produce throughout the continent a reaffirmation of devotion to Pan-Americanism and better planning in promoting the common interests of our several countries."

Ike's words, in answer...

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