ARGENTINA: The Harassed Advocate

A better life for Latin Americans, said Argentina's President Arturo Frondizi in Washington last week, is fundamentally up to the Latin Americans. To get it in Argentina, he is demanding hard work, sound money and conditions that attract productive capital. The U.S. officially agrees (it provided a major portion of a massive $329 million aid package last month), and this fact gives Frondizi's opposition -Peronistas and Communists -the chance to cry that he has "sold out" to Washington.

The charge may well provoke a wry smile in Frondizi -for he thinks that the U.S., far from...

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