William Rogers Papers
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Box number, Folder number and/or title, William Rogers Papers, MSS 66, Special Collections, Michigan State University Main Library
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William Rogers working papers and research for his book on the Alliance for Progress in Latin America.
Born May 12, 1927 in Wilmington, Del. Lawyer, deputy U. S. Coordinator for the Alliance for Progress (1963-65), deputy assistant administrator for Agency for International Development, (1963-65), U. S. Department of State--assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs (1974-76). Distinguished service award from U.S. A.I.D. Author of The Twilight Struggle: The Alliance for Progress and the Politics of Development in Latin America, Random House, 1967.
“The Dominican Crisis”  (New York Times, 1965)
|3||- first draft|
|4||- final draft|
The Twilight Struggle: The Alliance for Progress and the Politics of Development in Latin America. 
|7-9||- early drafts|
|10||- later drafts|
|11-14||Agriculture and National Markets|
|21-23||Alliance for Progress/CIAP|
|24||Alliance for Progress press releases|
|2||1-3||Alliance for Progress speeches|
|4||Alliance for Progress statistics|
|10||General press releases|
|5||Self-help activities in Latin America|