PERU: El Mexicano

In Lima's red-carpeted Chamber of Deputies, the first conference of the new anti-Communist C.I.T. (InterAmerican, Federation of Labor) whisked to a successful close. There had been only a few bad moments.

The Mexican delegate, oldtime Labor Boss Luis Morones, had tried to kick up a row by accusing the A.F.L. of keeping Argentines away from Lima. He got nowhere. A tactless resolutions committee had brought in pronouncements for planned economy and against the "imperialistic manifestations of U.S. economic policy in Latin America." They were tabled after the A.F.L.'s Serafino Romualdi urged "editing...

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