MEXICO: Troubles

Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay proposed last week to patrol the shores of the east coast of South America lest they be used as bases for warring European sea rovers. It was a big order.

A bigger order faced another Latin American nation, Mexico, for War II had probably brought her about as much trouble as any country south of the Rio Grande. With a presidential election coming up next year that is almost sure to cause trouble, Mexico was faced with another period of money shortage. Germany had lately been buying some $2,000,000 worth of expropriated oil a month up to...

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