ARGENTINA: Justo, Justice & Joust

With the zero snap of an Argentine winter in the air last week, Buenos Aires correspondents shivered over a decree from big, harsh, faultlessly attired President Agustin P. Justo which seemed likely to cost many of them their jobs. The President's skin is tissue-thin. In a fury last year he ripped out an order to "sue the Government of the United States for reparations for besmirching Argentineans' reputations!" after the U. S. Senate's munitions probe charged the acceptance of bribes by Argentine Army munitions buyers (TIME, Oct....

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