1. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1951, vol. ii, pp. 985 ff.
  2. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1951, vol. ii, pp. 1038 ff.
  3. For additional documentation and summary accounts of the Conference, see Tenth Inter-American Conference, Caracas, Venezuela, March 1–28, 1954: Report of the Delegation of the United States of America With Related Documents (Department of State Publication 5692, Washington, 1955), hereinafter cited as USDel Report; Décima Conferencia Inter-americana, Caracas, Venezuela, 1º al 28 de Marzo de 1954: Actos y Documentos, vols, I–VI (Washington, Unión Panamericana, 1956); “Report of the Pan American Union on the Tenth Inter-American Conference,” printed as Special Number in Annals of the Organization of American States, 1954 (Washington, 1954), hereinafter cited as PAU Report; and Tenth Inter-American Conference: Handbook for Delegates (Washington, Pan American Union, 1953), hereinafter cited as Handbook for Delegates.
  4. The meeting of Ministers of Finance or Economy is commonly referred to as the Rio Economic Conference. The headquarters for the meeting, however, was the Quitandinha Hotel, located approximately 40 miles from Rio de Janeiro and about 3 miles south of Petropolis.

    For additional documentation and summary accounts of the meeting, see Report of the United States Delegation to the Meeting of Ministers of Finance or Economy of the American Republics as the Fourth Extraordinary Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council, November 22 to December 2, 1954, Quitandinha, Brazil (Washington, 1954), hereinafter cited as USDel Report: Quitandinha; and Annals of the Organization of American States, 1954 (Washington, 1954), pp. 173–175, 257–289.

  5. For previous documentation related to this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1951, vol. ii, pp. 970 ff.