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19 Washington Post, October 28, 1978, p.l; for a detailed study of the amplification of this shift see, Cheryl Payer, The Debt Trap: The IMF and the Third World, Harmondsworth, 1974.

20 Center for International Policy, Human Rights and the U.S. Foreign Assistance Program: Fiscal Year 1978, Part IŚLatin America (Washington, D.C., 1978), see Tables on pp.18 and 20.

21 David Ronfeld and Caesar Sereseres, "U.S. Arms Transfers, Diplomacy and Security in Latin Amerian and Beyond Rand Corporation Papers", vol.8, 1977, pp.1-58 and Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, World Armament and Disarmament Yearbook. 1973, Harmondsworth, 1974, p. 308.

22 Richard R. Fagen, "The Carter Administration and Latin America: Business as Usual", Foreign Affairs (New York), vol.57, no.3, Special Issue "America and the World, 1978", p. 666.

23 Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, vol. 14, no. 1 (January 7, 1978), p. 47.

24 One example of such critics is George Lenczowski, "The Arc of Crisis", Foreign Affairs, vol. 27, no. 4 (Spring 1979), pp. 809, 807-808, Weekly Corn? Hat ion of Presidential Documents, vol. 14, no.50 (December 12, 1978), pp. 222-226.

25 Statement by Secretary of State Vance in the plenary session of the 33rd regular session of the U.N. General Assembly, September 29, 1978, Elaine P. Adams (ed.), American Foreign Relations, 1978. A Documentary Record, New York, 1979, p. 508.

26 P. M. Kamath, "Carter Presidency and Congress: A Study in the Executive-Legislative Relations", Journal of the University of Bombay: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, vol. XLVI, no.62, October 1977, p. 223.

27 Thomas L. Hughes, "Carter and the Management of Contradictions", Foreign Policy, No. 31 (Summer 1978), p. 38.

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