ARGENTINA: Bravos for Bravo

Ramon S. Castillo is a smallish, mild-appearing man with a deceptive resemblance to Cinemactor Frank Morgan. His seeming mildness hides the fears of Argentina's great families that a democratic victory in World War II will result in the unthinkable catastrophe of majority rule. Last week, when the majority threatened briefly to make its will felt, President Castillo's mildness vanished.

In the Chamber of Deputies, Socialist Mario Bravo orated for some 90 minutes: "Argentina was always a leading nation. Today we are almost out-counted in the list of American nations . . . [but] there will be a revolution. The causes...

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