Recent Events in Argentina

Authors

  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-007-05-1955-09_2

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Abstract

The following memorandum was prepared by a group of left-wing observers inside Argentina, for the purpose of helping to clarify to outsiders the meaning of recent developments in that country. It contains interesting and significant facts—especially about the role of the United States Ambassador—which, so far as we know, have not been publicly reported anywhere. In addition, the overall interpretation of the Argentine situation seems to us to be eminently sound—and of course totally unfamiliar to the average reader of the United States press. What follows is the translation of a French text furnished to us by an Argentine citizen now living in Europe. —The Editors

Published

1955-09-01

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