Foreign News: Wanted: an Anti-Fascist

Fiery, Fascist-hating Raul Damonte Taborda was really in a pickle last week. The man who as chairman of Argentina's "Dies Committee" exposed the Fascist fifth column in his country (TIME, Sept. 22, 1941), who later, as editor of the pro-Allied Critica, pounded the neutrality policy of the Castillo Government and its successor, was wanted by the police of President Pedro Ramirez and wanted badly. For a week he had not slept at home. Now, with an order out for his arrest, he had found temporary sanctuary in the Uruguayan embassy in Buenos Aires....

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