ARGENTINA: Report on Terror

From Arnaldo Cortesi, New York Times correspondent in Buenos Aires, came a full, coherent account of Argentine terror. Wrote Cortesi:

"The Argentine Government had no sooner declared war on Germany and Japan and signed the final acts of the Mexico City conference than it deprived the Argentine people of what small remains of freedom they still possessed.

"Under the pretext that in wartime anyone who did not approve of the Government was a traitor to his country, the Government embarked on a campaign of intimidation ... in the vain hope that news of what was going on could be kept from...

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