ARGENTINA: Exile at Work

"Who can lead a revolution from 5,000 kilometers away?" complained Juan Domingo Perón in a recent interview. Last week in Venezuela, the former Argentine dictator was wholeheartedly making trouble for his successors in spite of his distance. Reflecting his wishes, Peronistas in Buenos Aires renewed their sabotage campaign, setting off ten bombs and starting three fires in a fortnight.

The ex-strongman's Venezuelan command post is a comfortable apartment on the eighth floor of an apartment building in a Caracas residential neighborhood. Protected from unwanted visitors by Venezuelan Seguridad National guards in...

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