ARGENTINA: Goodbye, Per

Last week Argentina's ex-dictator Juan Perón, 77, was heading back to Madrid at the close of a "vacation" trip that had taken him to five countries, including—of all places—Rumania. Actually, since he left Buenos Aires before Christmas—voluntarily this time —he has been doing more politicking than vacationing. Stopping in Rome before his flight to Rumania, he described members of the military junta of Argentine Strongman Alejandro Lanusse as "beasts." The junta promptly responded by barring Peron from Argentina until a civilian government is reestablished. He had planned to campaign this month...

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