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Confidential memorandum for the President regarding relations with South America

John Barrett, former delegate to the Pan-American Conference at Mexico and former Minister to Argentina and Panama, responds to a request from President Roosevelt, to provide observations and data regarding the commercial and political relations of the United States with Latin America.
Colonization, Negotiation, Diplomacy, International relations, South America, Brazil, Barrett, John, 1866-1938
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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