THE AMERICAS: Cold War

U.S.-Argentine relations, bad for years, are getting worse. Recently Juan Perón sent a directive to his top ministers saying that a state of "cold war" exists between the two countries. Last week Peron's propaganda hucksters were obediently spreading a vitriolic hate-the-yanquis campaign. Perón himself, since admitting last winter that Argentina is in an economic mess, has loudly blamed it all on "Wall Street." Now he seems to be obsessed with the belief that the U.S. is "spying" on his government.

Secret Dinner. Within the past month Perón's police have secretly picked up at least two U.S. Government employees in Buenos...

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