Underground Revival

On his desk in Caracas' well-guarded Miraflores Palace, Carlos Delgado Chalbaud, No. 1 man in Venezuela's military junta, found a fresh copy of Resistencia, the mimeographed bi-weekly of the outlawed Action Democrdtica Party. Resistencia was also on the desks of Marcos Perez Jiménez and Luis Felipe Llovera Páez, the other members of the junta's triumvirate.

Seven months after the overthrow of the Action Democrdtica government of President Romulo Gallegos, the A.D. was again a live force. The junta itself was largely responsible for the revival. Its failure to back up its wholesale...

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