Item #10772 Financial Diplomacy : The United States and Mexico 1919-1933. Stephen D. Bodayla.

Financial Diplomacy : The United States and Mexico 1919-1933

New York: Garland Publishing, 1987.

Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #10772
ISBN: 0824080742

Library stamps/marks/labels/slip, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; "The purpose of this study is to analyze and evaluate the attempts of the Department of State and the International Committee of Bankers on Mexico, in the years 1919-1924, to cooperate in normalizing Mexican-American relations, stabilizing the country's economy and protecting foreign investments. The study also tries to explain the reasons for the eventual failure of the ccoperative effort and the emergence of an embryonic "good neighbor" policy." - Introduction. Contents: Introduction; Chapter I: Early Crises of the Mexican Republic; II. International Committee of Bankers on Mexico; III. Ambassador James Rockwell Sheffield; IV. Ambassador Dwight W Morrow; V. Disagreement Between Morrow and Lamont; VI. Morrow Versus Lamont; Conclusion; Bibliography. ; Foreign Economic Policy of the United States; Ex-Library; Vol. 5; x, 216 pages.

Price: $149.95

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