World: LATIN AMERICA: PROTEST AND PROGRESS

This is the season of Latin America's discontents, and those discontents are taking ever more tangible and visible forms. Most of the Latin countries are unhappy with the U.S., as Nelson Rockefeller's three fact-finding missions for President Nixon have graphically demonstrated. Either the U.S. plays too large a role in their economies —or it does not do enough in terms of aid and favorable trade. Rockefeller's trips have provided a focus for protest. Many Latin American nations are also unhappy with themselves and in search of new paths to progress. That combination of...

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