MEXICO: Cardenas & Almazan Out

The hopes of two revolutions were near death in Mexico last week. The U. S. had sounded the end of both, appointing Vice President-elect Henry Agard Wallace as "special representative with the rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary" to the Presidential inauguration in Mexico City Dec. 1 (see p. 14). When President-elect General Manuel Avila Camacho takes office on that day with the blessing of the U. S., retiring President Lazaro Cárdenas' revolutionary Six-Year Plan will be over, the promised revolt of President-reject General Juan Andreu Almazán...

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