THE AMERICAS: The Problem Is Communism

For the first time in three years, the Communist-infiltrated Guatemalan government backpedaled sharply on its Red line. Its leaders apparently realized that their stunt of importing a huge shipment of weapons from behind the Iron Curtain had not only angered the U.S. but had also stirred up the neighbors. One afternoon last week, a grey C-47 buzzed low over Guatemala City, showering leaflets which called on all true patriots to rise and fight for Colonel Carlos Castillo Armas, exiled anti-Communist army leader now plotting a comeback from Honduras. In Honduras and in...

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