THE MONROE DOCTRINE Reports of Its Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

EL MERCURIC of Santiago, Chile: Khrushchev's threats are not only against the U.S. but against all countries in Latin America. They must be answered by all countries acting as one.

NEW YORK TIMES: So long as the U.S. has the power to enforce it, the Monroe Doctrine will be alive and kicking.

TORONTO GLOBE & MAIL: The Monroe Doctrine sustains the right of Cuba to have whatever government it wants—including a Communist government.

O JORNAL of Rio de Janeiro: Brazil will comply with her commitments to defend Pan-American solidarity and the Monroe Doctrine.

REVOLUCION, the Castro government mouthpiece in Havana: With the Monroe Doctrine and...

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