Revolution in coffee-growing Sao Paulo State bumbled along last week with much talk, little action save an inspired move by Rio de Janeiro's police chief. Through all Brazilian papers he announced that students, radicals and other sympathizers with the Sao Paulo revolutionists might assemble by the obelisk at 10 a. m. Sunday morning. Army trucks would be waiting for them there; they would be given a free ride to Sao Paulo to join the revolution if they so desired. Any revolutionists who refused the ride and thereafter made trouble would be jailed and...

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