This book, which recalls in some degree Lord Bryce's investigations on the Americas, reviews the foreign trade of South America and examines the opportunities and methods of investment which the continent provides and has provided, and its relation to foreign countries.The author depicts the struggle which has taken place among the nations of Europe and the United States for the benefits to be obtained, and discusses in some detail "American danger." The position of Cuba is surveyed, and a final chapter is devoted to the economic and political future of South America.
Table of Contents
Chapter I The Economy
Chapter II The Ideology
Chapter III The "Peligro Yanqui"
Chapter IV An Experiment
Chapter V The Future
Jao Frederico Normano, real name Isaac Levin was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of St. Petersburg.