ARGENTINA-BRAZIL: Seven-Point Cornerstone

Seven-Point Cornerstone

As another man might smack flies, big-fisted General Augustin P. Justo smacks Argentine revolts, bosses Congress (down whose retching throat he recently jammed Argentine adherence to the World Wheat Pact) and generally has fun. Last week neither the sudden discovery that agents of the Radical Party had perfected plots for a "general uprising," nor the sudden illness of Vice President Julio Roca could make President Justo change his plan of rolling up to Rio on a battleship.

Smack—General Justo's police pounced on 23 ringleaders in the Radical plot, called...

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