ARGENTINA: Blacklist

Juan Domingo Perón's restrictions on free press and free speech showed no signs of easing.

For spilling some loose political talk in a Buenos Aires cafe last week, eleven citizens were rounded up by the police. Porteños took this as a pointed hint of more to come; some feared that when Congress adjourned this week—the 47 Opposition deputies are about the only strong anti-Peronista voices now — Perón's cords would be drawn tighter still.

In B.A. last week, the Government found and stopped the clandestine presses on which two issues of the banned Socialist weekly Vanguardia had been printed (TIME, Sept....

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