ARGENTINA: Isabelita Returns to the Presidency

Tanned and rested, Argentine President Isabel Perón, 44, returned to Buenos Aires last week from the hills of Cordoba after a 32-day holiday of long walks, a little golf and almost no visitors. Loyal Peronistas promptly attempted to turn her homecoming into a joyous re-enactment of the Oct. 17, 1945, rally that forced the Argentine military to free then Colonel Juan Perón from prison. But despite the sentimental significance of the day, no more than 40,000 turned out to hear Mrs. Peron speak. The disappointing turnout was attributed as much to waning enthusiasm...

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