July 1953
New Republic;7/20/53, Vol. 128 Issue 29, p3
This article presents some political news from all over the world. After President Eisenhower took office, Juan Domingo Peron, dictator of Argentina, indicated a desire for better relations with the U.S. Peron's anti-U.S. ravings, the controlled press' constant abuse of the U.S., and Argentina's neutralism in the East-West conflict had been Moscow's prime assets in South America. An Argentine-United States rapprochement, consequently, would have, been a serious Communist set-back. Moscow and the Argentine Communists probably expect that the first Russo-Argentine trade agreement in many years will stimulate severe criticism in the U.S.


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