First edition. In original dust jacket. Fascinating, both historically and in the present climate. In James' own words "a provocative analysis of the history of relations between Mexico and the United States on all levels - diplomatic, military, economic, and social - considered in terms of Mexico's developing nationalism and America's attitudes to it". 220 x 150 mm (8¾ x 6 inches). Freelance American journalist, Daniel James (b. 1914), covered Latin America during the Cold War years. His writings reflect two themes: 1) that the region had become a primary target for Soviet aggression against interests of the United States; and 2) that American policies had failed to reflect the importance of the region to the United States. The author of hundreds of columns, articles and at least four books on these topics.
Dust jacket has some light bumping and a very small nick to the top edge on the front. Inside the book is in a very good / fine condition.
Author JAMES, Daniel
Publisher Frederick A. Praeger: New York
Condition Very good