ARGENTINA: The Price of Pride

The Price of Pride In Washington last week the Inter-American Defense Board, created by vote of the Conference of Foreign Ministers at Rio, got down to brass tacks, began to arrange convoys for those Latin American countries whose rupture of diplomatic relations with the Axis powers had led to submarine reprisals on their shipping. As 55-day voyages from U.S. ports to Bombay and Suez cut Allied tonnage on Latin

American routes by more than half, the U.S.'s southern semi-allies grew clamorous with the realization that solidarity means sacrifice.

But, by a curious...

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