Lars Schoultz

Photo of Lars SchoultzPhoto | Kim BarbourLars Schoultz is William Rand Kenan, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the author of five books on U.S. policy toward Latin America. Schoultz has been President of the Latin American Studies Association and has held research fellowships from the Ford Foundation, Fulbright-Hays Program, MacArthur Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Social Science Research Council, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and National Humanities Center.

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Cover: In Their Own Best Interest: A History of the U.S. Effort to Improve Latin AmericansIn Their Own Best Interest: A History of the U.S. Effort to Improve Latin AmericansSchoultz, LarsPAPERBACK04/14/2020$26.00
Cover: In Their Own Best Interest: A History of the U.S. Effort to Improve Latin AmericansIn Their Own Best Interest: A History of the U.S. Effort to Improve Latin AmericansSchoultz, LarsHARDCOVER08/06/2018$37.00
Cover: Beneath the United States: A History of U.S. Policy toward Latin AmericaBeneath the United States: A History of U.S. Policy toward Latin AmericaSchoultz, LarsPAPERBACK06/15/1998$41.00
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