"DOWN WITH IMPERIALISM!" An expectant hush settled over the high marble hall of the Chamber of Deputies in Buenos Aires last week and Franklin Roosevelt had just opened his mouth to speak, when down from the topmost gallery snarled these insulting words. Instant and tactful cheers from the audience drowned out their echo. Dr. Saavedra Lamas, Argentine Foreign Minister, craned his neck to catch sight of the offender.

He was unsuccessful because Argentine army officers had smothered the heckler, were dragging him out of the hall. Out of sight, the heckler's identity...

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