MEXICO: Chamber Music

Things looked a little black for Governor Ignacio de la Mora of Jalisco last week. In Mexico City a strong group in the.Chamber of Deputies was demanding his removal, charging that he had reestablished peonage in Jalisco, that he had restored the priests to their original political eminence, that he was selling jobs, stuffing ballot boxes.

The afternoon the charges against de la Mora were to be heard, strange young men with their hands in their pockets entered the visitors' gallery in the Chamber. Two entered a cigar store across the street....

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