ARGENTINA: Hour of Decision

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In a small house in Buenos Aires' Calle Juncal last week a bustling blonde housekeeper dusted provincial furniture, straightened somber religious pictures, made an old-fashioned brass bed. Icy rains had brought autumn to Argentina, and the master of the house in the Calle Juncal, Ramon S. Castillo, was moving in from his suburban quinta in Martinez beside the Rio de la Plata. In the domed Palacio del Congreso, Acting President Castillo's political housekeepers were similarly occupied. They swept out the debris of one of the most extraordinary sessions any legislative...

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