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Reader's Digest's Good Neighbor Policy is 80 Years and Counting
The 1922 Reader's Digest founders and Lila Acheson Wallace were no fans of FDR, but it was during the 1930s that they first emulated his Latin America-focused "Good Neighbor Policy" worldwide with editions that left favorable impressions of RD and of the United States. In spite of the 21st-century...
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