ARGENTINA: Putsch on the Pampas

Out of a prison cell on the outskirts of Buenos Aires last week marched Enrique P. Oses, editor of the swaggering, German-financed, openly Nazi El Pampero, enjoying a temporary freedom on bail. For months he had trumpeted rabid denunciations of the U. S., of President Roosevelt, of the Havana Conference, of Great Britain with noisy immunity. But last month he offended the Argentine sense of good taste, was whisked off to jail.

Under the heading "Dithyrambic With Key" El Pampero had printed a harmless lampoon of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. But the first letter of each line, joined in...

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