PERU: Aftermath

Through the mountain valleys of Peru and along the dry coastal plain, soldiers and police tracked down the men blamed for the brief, bloody uprising in Callao (TIME, Oct. 11). By week's end more than 1,000 Apristas had been jailed. Each day the searchers hoped to bring in Aprista No. 1, famed Haya de la Torre.

Long before the government had buried its dead, it had moved against the leftist (but anti-Marxist) Aprista party. First it outlawed APRA, which the government flatly said "prepared and directed the movement." The government's evidence of guilt: most of the Aprista prisoners were armed when...

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