Date

1961

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Arts

Department

Government

First Adviser

Hale, Charles A.

Abstract

This paper will attempt to define the type of image that the American press drew of America to the south during the administrations of Presidents Harding and Coolidge. Just as the ending of that period previewed the beginning of a period of friendship between the United States and Latin America, so it is hoped that the early 1960's will also provide a preview of a better relationship among the Americas. This paper is intended to be an intellectual history -- a history of American thought, as reflected in the press, toward the Latin American republics other than those in South America during an eight year period.

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Former department name: History and Government

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