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Part 1: The papers of John Moors Cabot provide a valuable record of more than 40 years in the diplomatic service. These previously unpublished papers include such useful materials as embassy correspondence, situation reports, and interviews with world leaders. Major events covered include the Dominican Republic coup of 1930 and the rise of Trujillo, unrest in Argentina and the election of Peron in 1946, the controversy over Yugoslav aid to Greek guerrillas in 1947, the Chinese Civil War and the Shanghai situation, the resignation of President Quadros in Brazil in 1961, and the outcome of the secret United States-Communist China talks held in Moscow in 1962. Part 2: The papers of John Moors Cabot provide a valuable record of more than 40 years in the diplomatic service. These previously unpublished papers include such useful materials as embassy correspondence, situation reports, and interviews with world leaders. Major events covered include the Dominican Republic coup of 1930 and the rise of Trujillo, unrest in Argentina and the election of Peron in 1946, the controversy over Yugoslav aid to Greek guerrillas in 1947, the Chinese Civil War and the Shanghai situation, the resignation of President Quadros in Brazil in 1961, and the outcome of the secret United States-Communist China talks held in Moscow in 1962. Part 3: The papers of John Moors Cabot provide a valuable record of more than 40 years in the diplomatic service. These previously unpublished papers include such useful materials as embassy correspondence, situation reports, and interviews with world leaders. Major events covered include the Dominican Republic coup of 1930 and the rise of Trujillo, unrest in Argentina and the election of Peron in 1946, the controversy over Yugoslav aid to Greek guerrillas in 1947, the Chinese Civil War and the Shanghai situation, the resignation of President Quadros in Brazil in 1961, and the outcome of the secret United States-Communist China talks held in Moscow in 1962. Part 4: The papers of John Moors Cabot provide a valuable record of more than 40 years in the diplomatic service. These previously unpublished papers include such useful materials as embassy correspondence, situation reports, and interviews with world leaders. Major events covered include the Dominican Republic coup of 1930 and the rise of Trujillo, unrest in Argentina and the election of Peron in 1946, the controversy over Yugoslav aid to Greek guerrillas in 1947, the Chinese Civil War and the Shanghai situation, the resignation of President Quadros in Brazil in 1961, and the outcome of the secret United States-Communist China talks held in Moscow in 1962.

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