CHILE: Let Jorge Do It

For more than six months Chile has been the reluctant host to the most prominent and best-heeled band of ex-Dictator Juan Perón's sidekicks anywhere outside an Argentine prison. There was Perón's Chamber of Deputies President Hóctor Cámpora; José Gregorio Espejo, once head of the General Confederation of Labor; John William Cooke, last boss of the Peronista Party; and Pedro Andrés Gomiz, former director of the nationalized Argentine oil industry. But it was two others who were most remembered back in Argentina. One was boyishly handsome Guillermo Patricio Kelly, top bullyboy of...

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