ARGENTINA: Castillo v. Accion

Argentina's Acting President last week put his foot down, forbade 5,000 mass meetings scheduled throughout the country by the militant, pro-British Acción Argentina as public demonstrations of "adherence to the American front" and "faith in the ultimate victory of democracy." On the eve of the meetings, expected to turn out 100,000 people in Buenos Aires alone, Acting President Ramón S. Castillo decreed that the "attitude of Acción Argentina is contrary to the neutrality declared by the Argentine Government and to the dignity of the Argentine nation."

When the Governor of Entre Ríos Province, Enrique...

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