Reviewed in The Hispanic American Historical Review © 1973.
Reviewed in Science & Society © 1974.
Reviewed in Caribbean Studies © 1973.
Robert D. Crassweller (from his obituary):
As a young attorney, Mr. Crassweller engaged in the private practice of law in Duluth and then moved to Washington, D.C. in 1943 to work for the State Department's Division of World Trade Intelligence. Following the war, he returned to Duluth to resume the private practice of law. From 1951 to 1953, he participated in a mining venture in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. In 1954, he became counsel for Pan American World Airways in New York City; he remained at Pan Am until 1966.