The Americas: Boss for the Alliance

"No long-range program is more important to U.S. foreign policy than the Alliance for Progress. On its rapid and successful implementation depends, to a large extent, the future of freedom in this hemisphere." So saying, President Kennedy last week chose a man to run the U.S. end of the Alliance and help make it a going concern. His choice: José Teodoro Moscoso, 50, the Puerto Rican economic planner who was in large measure responsible for the success of the island commonwealth's Operation Bootstrap and now serves ably as U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela.*...

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