THE PHILIPPINES: Prelude to Dictatorship?

One of the best pupils Dancing Teacher Arthur Murray ever had was wry-faced little Manuel Luis Quezon (pronounced kay-son'), President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines. Gay, nimble Mr. Quezon, who one night took out 16 Murray instructresses all at once, quickly became a tango expert. To the U. S. State Department, and to U. S. citizens with large investments in the Philippines, Mr. Quezon has been a tango expert ever since—and his dizzying cavortings have given them more than one headache. Last week, as Japan went into new and ominous activity the eyes of the U. S. were on...

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