Architect of Progress

February 1965
Time;2/5/1965, Vol. 85 Issue 6, p51
The article focuses on the political leadership of president Fernando Belaunde Terry and its impact on the economy in Peru. It depicts the reaction of some agitators when Belade took over after a bitterly fought election. The efforts of Belade as a new leader with the right blueprint are outlined, citing his initiative on a peaceful revolution without bloodshed or pain.


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