Foreign News: Death and Neutrality

In Argentina the United Nations lost a friend this week and "prudently neutral" President Ramón S. Castillo an enemy. Death took big, two-fisted General Agustín Justo, 66, ex-President and outstanding candidate for reelection in November. The cause: cerebral hemorrhage.

Like the death six months ago of President Roberto M. Ortiz, General Justo's passing from the Argentine political scene had international importance. Ex-President Justo came back from retirement last year to lead the forces opposing President Castillo's Axis-oriented neutrality. He gave his pledge that on the day he was installed in office he would...

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