ARGENTINA: Presidential Surrender

The dispute in Argentina was between two factions of the army, and the issue last week was the place in Argentine life of the one-fifth of the citizenry who still stick stubbornly to the ideas and person of Juan Peron. Army Commander in Chief General Carlos Toranzo Montero, 57, headed the faction that sees the army's 1955 anti-Peron revolution imperiled by Peronista coddlers in the government. Opposing him. on grounds of preserving military discipline and political neutrality, was War Secretary Elbio Carlos Anaya, 70, a retired cavalry general.

Quickly the lines tightened...

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