The Alianza: Dissatisfaction Down South

Deeply troubled by the disappointing start of the Alliance for Progress, the Organization of American States last fall appointed a committee of two to make a survey of what went wrong and what should be done about it. The roving critics were two of Latin America's most distinguished statesmen, temporarily out of work: Juscelino Kubitschek and Alberto Lleras Camargo, former Presidents of Brazil and Colombia. For three months, they went their independent ways, studying reports, conferring with Alliance officials, huddling with economists and politicians in Latin American capitals. Then they met in...

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