PERU: Lima Aftermath

From Arica, Chile, this week came a newspaperman's snapshot of the recent 8th Pan-American Conference at Lima, Peru, which did not coincide with the Conference's official picture.

New York Times Correspondent John W. White wrote: "The .. . Conference . . . functioned under a dictatorial regime of censorship, intimidation and spying such as never before seen in any Pan-American assembly. The Peruvian Government not only tried to control the newspaper correspondents, it censored and spied on the delegates. . . . Secret service men were found searching the offices of the...

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