LATIN AMERICA: Mexican Peace?

The civil war which has swept over most of the United States of Mexico during the past two months (TiME, Oct. 29, Dec. 17 et seq.) was virtually ended by the Federal troops under President Obregon, who had received official assistance from the U. S.

Under pressure from the advancing Federal troops, General Adolfo de la Huerta, rebel generalissimo, ordered the evacuation of his stronghold and "capital," the port of Vera Cruz. General de la Huerta declared that he had not ordered the evacuation compulsorily, but voluntarily, "in order to liberate for...

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