FOREIGN TRADE: Nazi Hirelings

To many a complacent U. S. citizen, Nelson Rockefeller's investigation of Nazis in Latin America has seemed little short of a witch hunt. One reason is that the Inter-American Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations named no names, preferred to work quietly. He merely said there was evidence that many a U. S. company, often unknowingly, had an "anti-American" (i.e., Nazi) for agent below the Rio Grande, suggested replacement by men friendly to the U. S. (TIME, Jan. 20). But last week to TIME'S Texas Bureau Chief Holland McCombs came reports from...

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