832.00 Revolutions/263: Telegram
The Consul General at São Paulo (Cameron) to the Secretary of State
[Received July 19—9:50 a.m.]
Everything quiet in the City of São Paulo and interior. There is little news from the fronts. There is absolutely no communism in movement, exactly the contrary being true, fear of radical tendencies of Tenentes being one motive for revolt.
The word São Paulo is being avoided in official communications referring to movement, the word Constitutionalist being preferred.