ARGENTINA: Boss of the GOU

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Argentines have been called "the Yankees of South America." But most Yankees of the U.S. know less about Latin America's most bustling country, its 13,518,239 people and the riches of its fabulously fertile "humid pampa" than they know about Novosibirsk.

Most Americans know even less about Argentina's government. They know little beyond the fact that it consists of a junta of military men whose bristling nationalism and thorny relations with the U.S. State Department have caused it to be known vaguely as fascist. The answers to two questions which might clarify the situation are obscured by the fogs...

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