In Bolivia

As in the U.S., 1920 saw a change of Administration in Bolivia. But in Bolivia the change was brought about by a revolution. A military junta seized control of the Government. A convention was called to elect a President. The Republican party headed by the junta expelled its opponents from the convention and chose its own leader Juan Bautista Saavedra President — really dictator. He promptly exiled his opponents from the country. Early last spring he decided it was safe to risk an election. In order to...

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