Diplomacy and Revolution: U.S.-Mexican Relations Under Wilson and Carranza
University of Arizona Press, 1977 - 159 páginas
The author has probed archives in both Mexico and the United States to provide a fresh interpretation of [Woodrow] Wilson's conduct of foreign affairs during the Mexican Revolution. Focusing on U.S. dealings with [Venustiano] Carranza, the author shows how Wilson's ideological commitments combined with material concerns to shape his foreign policy.
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