Anti-Imperialism and International Competition in Central America, 1920-1929 (America in the Modern World)
By: Richard V. Salisbury (author)Hardback
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Using archival material from Costa Rica, Mexico, Spain and the United States, this book asserts that US meddling in the internal affairs of Central America stemmed from Washington's assumption that regional political turbulence threatened the operation of the Panama Canal.
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