Latin America: Ail-Round Boy

On Buenos Aires newsstands last week, the newest and slickest magazine was a monthly called Argentina. Packed with pictures and color, it had a heavy concentration of anti-American articles. They discussed the iniquities of U.S. comic strips, the horrors of U.S. "boastfulness," and U.S. failure to recognize Argentine greatness. Argentina, aimed at the Argentine intelligentsia, carried little advertising. Its editor was Secretary of Education Oscar Ivanissevich, 53, onetime ambassador to the U.S.

In the eleven months since he returned from Washington, suave "Ivan" Ivanissevich has proved himself the most versatile of all the...

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