MEXICO: Revolt

Last week the Mexican presidential campaign broke out in bloody revolt and boded well to be settled on the battlefields rather than in the ballot boxes. As the week wore on the summary executions of one of the two opposition candidates and many supporting generals seemed to hold promise of a complete annihilation of the opposition to the candidacy of General Alvaro Obregon, one-armed, onetime President of Mexico, whom the Calles administration is tacitly supporting, just as the Obregon administration, when it was in power,...

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