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BACKGROJND—
Since seizure of 14 American and
3,British owned oil companies by
Mexico, the republic's policies have
been of international concern. A
new chapter has been written in the
formation of a "Mexico-for-Mex
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By the Associated Press.
MEXICO CITY, March 31.—A new
"party of the revolution" came into
being today to carry on the nation's
Mexico for Mexicans’ program, look
ing toward a society without classes
in a Socialist state.
The new party of lal?orers, farmers
and soldiers is an intensified gov
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ization of President Cardenas’ former
National Revolutionary party. Barba
Gonzalez, head of the old party, W'as
named president of the new.
Its "proposed platform, presented in
convention last night, carries a call
for ’’progressive nationalization of big
industry" (like expropriation of the
$400,000,000 foreign-owned oil in
dustry).
The taking over of the oil industry
from 17 American. British and Nether
lands owners brought vigorous United
States representations asking how
Mexico would pay indemnity, and to
day there were indications of a pas
sible split in Cardenas' hitherto solid
congressional support.
Congress Session Called.
A special session of Congress will
take up the oil question April 11. It
was ascertained that before then at
least 10 Senators were preparing to
ask the President how Mexico would
find foreign markets for the oil; what
would the government do about the
mining industry, likely to be hard
hit by United States suspension of
silver purchases and a drop in the
world price, and how would Mexico
pay for the oil properties.
There has been speculation, without
official action, that the oil companies
might be paid in oil, although their
spokesmen did not favor this; or that
the company management might con
tinue to operate the wells, applying
profits to the debt.
Should no way be found to open
British and American markets, normal
ly buying 60 per cent of Mexican oil
exports, there is a possibility Mexico
might conclude a barter or trade
agreement with Japan, Germany or
Italy.
Program Revealed.
The newly formed Revolutionary
party, by its projected platform, would
pledge the party to the Socialist doc
trines of Marx, to retain the present
constitution and democratic form of
government, and work for :
1. Recognition of the ‘‘existence of
the struggle of classes as a phenome
non Inherent in the capitalist regime.”
2. ‘‘A democracy of workers • • •
the Socialist regime.”
3. Equal rights with men for women,
including the vote.
4. "Collective agricultural economy”
through continued "breaking up of big
estates” into "communal farm groups.”
5. Social security for farm, as well
as industrial workers.
The party also would urge war on
monopolies and high prices, would seek
nationalized education aiming toward
a society without classes, and would
foster opposition to "imperialism and
the onslaughts of Fascism.”
Economic Reaction Felt.
The program was published as Mex
ico began to feel the economic reaction
from the oil expropriation and the
declining silver price.
The peso depreciated, since expro
priation March 18, from 3.60 to the
United States dollar to as low as 5
to 1 yesterday, strengthening some
what to 4.70.
This depreciation cut purchasing
power abroad and yesterday the treas
ury told other government departments
to quit buying foreign machinery
‘‘until the international value of our
money is normalized.”
Stores in Mexico City have noted
declining sales, attributed to the eco
nomic reaction.
PRESSURE IS URGED.
Lord Newton Wants U. S. and Britain
to Act Jointly,
LONDON, March 31 UP).—Joint
action by Britain and the United
States in putting "pressure on the
Mexicans” in the oil cbmpanies ex
propriation controversy was urged yes
terday by Baron Newton in the House
of Lords.
"Unless we can secure the co-opera
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oil industry by President Lazaro Car
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GAS STATIONS CLOSED.
Mexicali Shortage Is Blamed on For
eign Exchange Upset.
CALEXICO, Calif., March 31 OP).—
Gov. Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada or
dered all service stations in Mexicali,
across the international border, to close
•today to conserve their fast-dwindling
gasoline supplies for emergency use
in farm machinery and pumping
plants of the Mexicali irrigation dis
trict.
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Mexican government’s expropriation
of foreign oil holdings. The majority
of Mexican dealers do not have
enough American currency to pur
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of the border.
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