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 - The Argentine pronouncement accords accords...
The Argentine pronouncement accords accords with the concept of the United States, for the state department itself has called the Manroe doctrine a unilateral unilateral document and has disclaimed any interpretation of it as a mandate to superintend the affairs of Latin- American nations. But Argentina remembers remembers the so-called "Theodore Roosevelt corollary," implying that the United States might adjust affairs affairs of weaker western hemisphere nations when its failure to do so might prompt fpreign intervention and particularly particularly Argentina feels-that the protective usefulness of the doctrine long since ceased when the United States failed to invoke it in 1834 to prevent Great Britain from occupying occupying the Falkland islands, to which Argentina Argentina never has renounced its claim

Clipped from The Salt Lake Tribune30 Oct 1932, SunPage 5

The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)30 Oct 1932, SunPage 5
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