LATIN AMERICA: The Storm Breaks

The great dark blue clouds, which have been piling up over Mexico for some weeks (TIME, Oct. 29), at last discharged their lightning and rolled the deep raucous roar of political thunder.

The immediate cause of the storm was the feud between President Obregon and Presidential-candidate General Adolfo de la Huerta, who was accused by Obregon's Finance Minister Pani of dishonesty in office (TIME, Oct. 29).

A revolution started in the State of Vera Cruz, where General Guadalupe Sanchez, a former friend of President Obregon, commanding 12,000...

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