Foreign News: Revolt Ends?

Early this year (TIME, Feb. 11), a revolution broke out in Honduras. The revolt was caused by presidential candidates in the elections failing to receive a majority. The ballot having failed, the disappointed candidates took to bullets.

In March, President Rafael Lopez Gutierrez died. His term of office had expired on Feb. 1, but he had kept himself in office by establishing a dictatorship. Immediately after the President's demise, Generals Arias and Bueso seized power and constituted themselves dictators (TIME, Mar. 31). Thereupon Generals Tiburcio Carias and Gregorio Ferrera joined forces, wacked the...

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