Political Science ETDs

Publication Date

Fall 9-24-1956


This thesis discusses the ideas and provisions on international peace maintenance that nineteen Latin American nations offered for incorporation into the United Nations Charter. The Charter was written at the United States Conference on International Organization held from April 25 to June 26, 1945, in San Francisco, California. These ideas and provisions of the nineteen countries were drawn up as amendments to and comments on the Dumbarton Oaks Proposals of 1944 by all of the Hispanic-American nations which had actively participated in the Chapultepec Conference in Mexico City in 1945.

Degree Name

Political Science

Level of Degree


Department Name

Political Science

First Committee Member (Chair)

Frank Herman Jonas

Second Committee Member

Frederick Clarence Irion

Third Committee Member

William Miner Dabney




Latin American Studies, Latin America, United Nations, Inter-American System, United Nations Charter, Monroe Doctrine

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