LATIN AMERICA IN PEACE AND WAR, 1920-1945

I. ARGENTINA

   A. FAILURE OF YRIGOYEN AND THE UCR

   B. THE GOLPE OF 1930

   C. THE CONCORDANCIA

   D. WORLD WAR II

        1. PREFERENCE FOR GERMANY

        2. THE GOLPE OF 1943

        3. THE EMERGENCE OF PERON

        4. THE UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION

        5. A CREDITOR NATION

II. BRAZIL

   A. THE CAFÉ CUM LEITE ALLIANCE

        1. THE CRASH OF 1929

        2. THE REVOLUTION OF 1930

   B. GETULIO VARGAS

        1. THE TENENTES

        2. EXTREMISTS: PCB, INTEGRALISTAS

        3. THE ESTADO NOVO, 1937

        4. MODERNIZATION

   C. WORLD WAR II

        1. CABO SAO ROQUE

        2. SUBMARINE PATROLS

        3. INVASION OF ITALY

        4. "GOODBYE GETULIO"

III. CHILE

   A. NITRATES AND COPPER

        1. HIGHLY MARKET-DRIVEN

        2. DEEPLY ROOTED INEQUALITY

   B. ARTURO ALESSANDRI, "LION OF TARAPACA"

        1. FIRST TERM, 1920-1926

        2. MILITARY RULE, 1926-1932

        3. SECOND TERM, 1932-1938

   C. POPULAR FRONT, 1938-1942

        1. "PAN, TECHO, Y ABRIGO"

        2. THE NACISTAS

   D. WORLD WAR II: NEUTRALITY & NITRATES

IV. MEXICO

   A. THE "OFFICIAL PARTY"

        1. THE CRISTERO REBELLION, 1927-1929

        2. THE MURDER OF OBREGON, 1928

        3. CALLES AND CARDENAS

  B. LAZARO CARDENAS, 1934-1940

        1. THE POLITICS OF ELIMINATION

        2. OPERATING THE PRI

        3. "ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE DAY": 18 MARCH 1938

  C. WORLD WAR II: SUPPORT FOR THE ALLIES