1940s ORIGINAL GROUP OF TYPED MOSTLY AND SOME HANDWRITTEN LETTERS BETWEEN PROFESSOR C. CALOR MOTA AND DR. ALBERT SHAW DISCUSSING COMMON INTERESTS, AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM AND THE POLITICS OF THE DAY

By: PROFESSOR CANDELARIO CALOR MOTA and DR. ALBERT SHAW

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On offer is an interesting archive of 20 original 1930s - 1940s handwritten and typed letters 15 or so between Professor C. Calor Mota of Puerto Rico and Dr. Albert Shaw, the well known author and editor [there are a few other letters from others some relating to comment interests]. Incoming letters from Mota and the retained copies of Shaw's letters make for a rare and complete correspondence as the two explore the mid Wars and pre World War II era. Historians and researchers of Pan Americanism and American Exceptionalism will find Shaw's comments fascinating. Here are some snippets: I am attending the Inter-American conference of the Caribbean as a delegate of Puerto Rico and also invited by the Government of the Dominican Republic. Yesterday we had the inaugural session, Dr Emilio Del Toro, Chief Justice of Puerto Rico is the official delegate from the US Government. The conference will close June 6th…I wish to acknowledge receipt of the two books entitled Bolivar Political Thought and France and Latin American Independence, they are very useful in my work to promote continental solidarity and Inter American good will…It is indeed lamentable to see a world in War because of the lust for power of a militarist like Hitler who thought that it was easy for him to conquer an unprepared world which loved to live in peace. Thanks to American Ideals, the world will be safe for democracy and as in the last war of 1914-1914 America stands firm for justice and liberty. The fight will be hard and ruthless and unless the German people defeats by internal revolt those in power now and which controls the German Government as they did during the last war, the war that the American nations have stuck together in this world crisis, thanks to the good neighbor policy developed by President Roosevelt. Pan Americanism is now accomplished fact and I hope that future administrations will maintain it at high level as it is now…" Overall G+.

Title: 1940s ORIGINAL GROUP OF TYPED MOSTLY AND SOME HANDWRITTEN LETTERS BETWEEN PROFESSOR C. CALOR MOTA AND DR. ALBERT SHAW DISCUSSING COMMON INTERESTS, AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM AND THE POLITICS OF THE DAY

Author Name: PROFESSOR CANDELARIO CALOR MOTA and DR. ALBERT SHAW

Categories: 20th Century Ephemera, Books and Manuscripts General Overview, 20th Century Manuscript,

Publisher: NEW YORK CITY WINTER PARK FLORIDA, 1940

Book Condition: Good+

Type: Manuscript

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 0002094

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