LATIN AMERICA: Definite Proposal

In an effort to terminate almost half a century of nugatory wrangling between Chile and Peru over the province of Tacna-Arica (TIME, Feb. 1 et ante), a dispute in which the U.S. became involved when President Harding acceded to the disputants' request that he act as arbiter, U.S. Secretary of State Kellogg submitted a concrete compromise plan to the Chilean and Peruvian Ambassadors last week at Washington.

The Administration did not make public the text of this proposal.


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