The Alianza: A Matter of Tone

One of the architects of the Alliance for Progress is on his way out of Washington. He is Teodoro Moscoso, 53, the Puerto Rican businessman who helped mold the Alianza as its first U.S. coordinator. Last December Moscoso was moved out of the top job in President Johnson's general reshuffling of Latin American policymakers. Last week it was announced that he is resigning as a special adviser and U.S. representative to the new Inter-American committee (CIAP) that is supposed to guide the program. Wrote Johnson: "It is with the greatest regret that...

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