LATIN AMERICA: Presidents' Week: Aug. 1, 1932

¶ With Argentina's vital meat sales to Great Britain at stake, President Augustin P. Justo kept a catlike watch on the Ottawa Conference last week. He let the news leak out that "Argentina has taken the initiative in seeking reciprocity tariff agreements with the United States and other countries."

U. S. Ambassador Robert Woods Bliss gently made known at a conference in the Argentine Foreign Office that present U. S. tariff laws bar U. S. entrance into any reciprocal tariff agreement, however advantageous.

¶ Rebel forces from Sao Paulo State, Brazil's "Mother of Revolutions,"...

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