THE AMERICAS: What They Want

When members of the Organization of American States gather in Caracas next week for the Tenth Inter-American Conference, Secretary John Foster Dulles and his aides may be in the mood to talk over important political affairs, but they will find the neighbors much more steamed up over economic issues.

Latin American diplomats, preparing for the session for months, were much disturbed at the reassignment last fortnight of Assistant Secretary John Moors Cabot, Dulles' top Latin American hand, to the post of Ambassador to Sweden. Almost to a man, they believe that Cabot was moved out because he had urged greater...

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