ARGENTINA: Comeback?

After several jittery weeks, Juan and Eva Perón seemed more like their old selves again. In fact, they were operating so smoothly last week that it was hard to believe that only three weeks ago Peron was wobbling under army pressure while Evita was in danger of being eased out of public life.

Both turned out in Buenos Aires' Retiro Park for a mammoth show marking the first anniversary of the purchase of the national railways from their British owners. It was a full-blown Peronista rally, and the speeches had all the flavor of the old oligarch-baiting times. Without bothering...

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