LATIN AMERICA: A State of Internal War

The guerrillas are back in action. After several months of relative inactivity, Latin America's left-wing terrorists struck out in a series of incidents last week, proving that they are as alive and intransigent as ever.

In Argentina, leftist terrorists ambushed and murdered Major General Juan Carlos Sánchez. Recently, Sánchez had boasted that he had eliminated 85% of the guerrillas from the region he controlled in the northeastern part of the country. Only three hours later, another group of guerrillas shot Oberdan Sallustro, the Italian manager of Argentina's Fiat auto plant, who had...

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