AVIATION: Dynamite in South America

When the U.S. State Department began to chase the Axis-controlled airlines out of South America back in 1938 nobody ever dreamed the whole program would some day end in a conglomeration of good intentions, good airline service, international politics and sinister trans-ocean intrigue. Yet that was the shape of things last week. And in many a South American city and town there were signs that: 1) although the U.S. did a good turn in ousting Axis airlines, it has since been unable to expand service fast enough to meet total demand; 2)...

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