Date of Award
Master of Arts (M.A.)
Walter A. Payne
First Committee Member
Raymond L. McIlwenna[?]
Second Committee Member
Arthur J. Cullen[?]
The primary purpose of this study is to describe the evolution and activity of the Chile-California Program from its inception as an experiment to its status in January, 1966. The author will attempt to analyze the objectives and the organization of the program, indicating the nature of the various projects implemented in Chile. In discussing and evaluating the problems and programs of the program the author will make special mention of what he considered to be erratic and illogical statements and point out certain discrepancies in the ideas and practices of the Chile-California Program. The author does not feel qualified to criticize projects in certain technical areas such as hydraulic methods. The findings, suggestions, and implementation of projects in the various specialized and technical fields will be presented in the various specialized and technical fields will be presented as described by the personnel involved in the program.
Hancock, Joel Casey. (1968). The Chile-California Program : a study of state-to-nation cooperation. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1650
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