Foreign Affairs: Peruvian Memorial

The mumblings from South America became distinct, last week, when a Peruvian memorial on the Tacna-Arica dispute between Chile and Peru (TiME, Mar. 16 et seq.) was received by the U. S. State Department and forwarded to President Coolidge. Peru, long incensed by the treatment of her citizens in Tacna and Arica, suggested threefold amendments of the terms of the U. S. President's arbitral award as follows:

1) That the Chilean Army be replaced by U. S. troops during the hold- ing of the plebiscite in the two provinces, or that a police force...

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