Foreign News: Teamwork in Mexico

Mexico's old suspicion of gringo imperialism was fast disappearing last week in a series of spontaneous moves which were aimed at internal unity and external protection.

A formal statement from President Manuel Avila Camacho's office explained that "Mexico is actively working with the United States armed forces in maintaining control north of the Panama Canal and south of the Rio Grande." It added that Mexican air patrols are operating with U.S. patrols on the West Coast.

Mexico's Heel. To arid, lizard-like Baja (Lower) California, via Nogales, Ariz. and San Diego, Calif., went Mexican troops,...

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