The Century of U.S.Capitalism in Latin America - Dialogues S. (Hardback)Thomas F. O'Brien (author)
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Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 467 g
Dimensions: 230 x 161 x 19 mm
. . . a very useful teaching tool. It is well-written. . . . OBrien has accomplished the difficult aim of presenting both the U.S. and the Latin American perspectives of the story in a balanced manner.
"The author has written an optimistic book about U.S. economic involvement in Latin America in the twentieth century. . . . Hopefully it will inspire undergraduate students to think critically about how the international economy has impacted so many aspects of Latin American societies and cultures."
This work provides a much-needed balance to the literature on capitalism in the Americas . . . it will be of considerable interest and use to all students of U.S. and Latin American history. It is necessary reading for anyone wishing to more fully understand the role of U.S. capitalism in the Americas.