Americanization of Brazil: A Study of U.S. Cold War by Gerald K. Haines

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World 4 (October 1950): 36. 16. See John F. Santos, "A Psychologist Reflects on Brazil and Brazilians," in Eric N. , New Perspectives of Brazil (Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 1966), pp. 23363; and Flynn, Brazil: A Political Analysis. 17. ], "On a Certain Impatience with Latin America," Foreign Affairs 18 (July 1950): 56579. 18. Memorandum from George F. S. Department of State, Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, 1950 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1978), 2:598607 (hereafter cited as FRUS followed by year).

ISBN 0-8420-2304-6 Gerald K. S. S. Cold War Diplomacy in the Third World, 19451954 Gerald K. 48, 1984. © 1989 by Scholarly Resources Inc.  Haines.  cm.  3) Bibliography: p. Includes index.  Haines, My brother, my friend, and my trusted adviser Page vi About the Author Gerald K. D. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, is senior historian for the Central Intelligence Agency. Among his other work is A Reference Guide to Department of State Special Files (1985), winner of the Thomas Jefferson A ward given in 1987 by the Society for History in the Federal Government.

In accordance with the rhetoric of the Monroe Doctrine and the Good Neighbor policy, they expected the other American republics to follow Washington's lead and help eliminate or expel foreign ideology and economic theory from the hemisphere. 10 Closely related to the perceptions the American public and its leaders shared of their own society, the rest of the world, and the Western Hemisphere were the images and attitudes they held regarding Brazil and its people. Perhaps, most importantly, the general American public exhibited little interest in Brazil.

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