Argentines last week found out what they could expect from their military government and from the "Colonels' clique" which dominates it. Said tall, dark Colonel Juan Perón, Under Secretary of War and President of the Labor Department:
"The Argentine Army has 3,600 officers all of whom, with the exception of 300, are sworn [to support the regime].
"I am disposed to end all labor difficulties in the country. ... I will not allow any action by elements of dissolution and agitation which in the majority of cases are . . . aliens who do not know how to respect my country.
"We are not...