ARGENTINA: Action Ahead

The U.S. State Department last week recalled Ambassador Norman Armour from Buenos Aires. Next day, as if in explanation, it released a pointed analysis of a speech delivered on June 10 by Argentina's War Minister Juan Domingo Perón.

Said the State Department: "In startling similarity ... to Mussolini, Perón wishes to dedicate Argentina to ... a warlike life . . . which will inevitably lead that country to the same tragic consequences suffered by Italy."

In Argentina the effect of these moves was not conclusive. Ambassador Armour's recall merely emphasized the fact that...

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