The Divided Junta

Solomon, Barbara Probst
October 1974
New Republic;10/12/74, Vol. 171 Issue 15, p16
Presents information on the political development in Lisbon, Portugal. Celebrations of political freedom and the multitude of political parties; Report that the press and the government are largely manned by Communists, Socialists and the Centrist Popular Democratic party; Conflicting between the Movement of the Armed Forces, the idealist majors and captains and general Antonio de Spinola; Demand of legalization of divorce by the Communist; Comments on the women's rights.


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