The Press: The Goodness of Per

Since May Day, when Dictator Juan Perón denounced the U.S. wire services for an "infamous campaign of lies," few dispatches from the United Press. Associated Press and International News Service have been printed in Argentina. Last week Carlos Vicente Aloé, governor of Buenos Aires province and publisher of five dailies, passed the new word to the Peronista press. Said Aloe: "Perón in his goodness has pardoned A.P., U.P. and I.N.S. all their sins even when they don't deserve it." The grudging concession had been won from Perón by Milton Eisenhower.


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