SOUTH AMERICA: Awake at Last

We shall create a new Germany there.

We shall find everything we need there.

—Adolf Hitler.

The continent of South America, as few U. S. citizens seem able to remember, lies, not due south of the U. S., but southeast, poking a broad, inquisitive nose toward Africa, only 1,600 miles away. Valparaiso, on the west coast of South America, is east of New York City, on the east coast of the U. S. Paraguay, in the heart of South America, is equidistant from Kansas City and from the Mediterranean. Racially, politically, economically, this vast,...

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