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Collection Summary:William Rogers working papers and research for his book on the Alliance for Progress in Latin America.
Historical Background:Born May 12, 1927 in Wilmington, Del. Lawyer, deputy U. S. Coordinator for the Alliance for Progress (1963-65), deputy assistant administrator for Agency for International Development, (1963-65), U. S. Department of State--assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs (1974-76). Distinguished service award from U.S. A.I.D. Author of The Twilight Struggle: The Alliance for Progress and the Politics of Development in Latin America, Random House, 1967.
“The Dominican Crisis”  (New York Times, 1965)
|3||- first draft|
|4||- final draft|
The Twilight Struggle: The Alliance for Progress and the Politics of Development in Latin America. 
|7-9||- early drafts|
|10||- later drafts|
|11-14||Agriculture and National Markets|
|21-23||Alliance for Progress/CIAP|
|24||Alliance for Progress press releases|
|2||1-3||Alliance for Progress speeches|
|4||Alliance for Progress statistics|
|10||General press releases|
|5||Self-help activities in Latin America|