ARGENTINA: Top of the Ladder

As head of the U.N. Security Council, Juan Atilio Bramuglia had put the name of Argentina high on the list of big-time diplomacy. Few Argentines knew that. President Juan Domingo Peron had told Argentina's controlled press and radio to ignore Bramuglia. The cold-shoulder treatment extended even to Bramuglia's visit to Washington, where last week he talked with President Harry Truman and top Government officials.

Son of poor Italian immigrants, Bramuglia had come up the hard way. Somehow he got himself through school, and eventually earned a law degree, but as a lawyer he scarcely made expenses. Until he met Colonel Peron...

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