LATIN AMERICA: In Chile

A detachment of young Army officers appeared suddenly on the steps of the Moneda Palace, headquarters of the Junto* Government which seized power last September and drove President Alessandri from the country TIME, Sept. 22), entered unhidden. Shortly afterward the Junto of elderly .military men resigned. A Junto of young military men was formed. There was no noise, no ungentlemanly scuffles.

The new Junto took prompt steps to recall President Alessandri from his travels in Italy. It announced a policy of "neutrality in politics," accused the old Junto of having...

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