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ARGENTINA: Lies & Imbecilities?

Ever since his rise to power, President Juan D. Perón has been taking potshots at Buenos Aires' independent La Prensa. Last week he fired a broadside. "For a...

Argentina: A Clank of Brass

In the six weeks since the followers of ex-Dictator Juan D. Perón scored a surprise victory in national elections, Argentina has been a land living under...

ARGENTINA: Dignidad Again

When Argentina's 100% Peronista Senate met last week to consider a list of high army officers recommended for promotion, it noted a glaring omission: the name...

Argentina: Escape to the Sea

Countries sometimes wear their troubles more lightly than the statistics or the headlines indicate. In uneasy Argentina. the cost of living is up 58% this year,...

Argentina: Democracy Suspended

In Argentina, the military run the country, but do not want to appear to. Having ousted Arturo Frondizi, the country's constitutional President, two months ago...

Milestones, Aug. 27, 1956

Marriage Revealed. Joseph Herman Hirshhorn, 56, fissionable, fabulously successful Brooklyn-reared uranium promoter, exuberant art collector (TIME, July 25,...

The Hemisphere: Daddykins & Nelly

Juan Perón, who called himself Argentina's "No. 1 Worker,'' turned out on his downfall to have been merely the country's fastest worker. Evidence left behind...

ARGENTINA: Out of Hand?

Some strange things happened last week in Juan D. Perón's Argentina. In a country ruled by a man who is regarded by most of the world as the Strong Man, not...

THE HEMISPHERE: The Hungry

All along the West Coast, hunger was South America's own preoccupation. Pointing up the irony West Coast people saw in Herbert Hoover's food-hunting trek, a...

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