Latin America: Turnabout

Brazil's relaxing dictator, Getulio Vargas, recognized Soviet Russia last week. For years, he had used a souped-up version of the Red Bogey to double-rivet his dictatorship; now, with the San Francisco Conference only three weeks away, Russia was a power which could not be ignored and should no longer be antagonized.


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