The Sixth Pan American Conference

Archive Report

The Sixth International Conference of the American Republics will meet at Havana, January 16, 1928. The fact that President Coolidge will attend the opening session has endowed the conference with special significance, and the selection of men of particular distinction to represent the nations of Latin America, as well as the United States, has promoted the belief in all American countries that it may mark a turning point in Pan American relations. During recent years there has been evident in Latin America a growing criticism of the policies of the United States toward other American republics. The United States has been the target for special criticism in Latin America with regard to its Mexican policy, its attitude toward the internal politics of Nicaragua, the ...

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