Communists: On with the War

It was an extraordinary factory that Venezuela's President Raul Leoni went out to visit 20 miles from Caracas. Arriving at the site carved out of a hillside, he was shown around a one-story building and cautioned to follow his guides closely: the area was infested with booby traps. The place was a well-equipped munitions plant turning out everything from mortar shells to land mines for Castroite F.A.L.N. terror ists—thus proving once again Fidel Castro's determination to rip the hemisphere with Communist "wars of national liberation."

Acting on a tip, Leoni's secret police...

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