President Napolean Duarte stands as the alternative model of Latin America's future against Daniel Ortega. Duarte stands for consent law, free-trade unions, freedom of the press. The obstacles to a free press are of course very closely related to obstacles to free government, and the struggles for a free press are closely related to the struggles for free government. In Grenada where the free press has been restored, in Brazil where a higher degree of press freedom is enjoyed, the return to constitutional, democratic civilian government is now far advanced. In Guatemala, there is also an energetic, competitive press and long strides toward the establishment in that country of democratic constitutional institutions. All the people struggling today in Latin America act in the name of democracy, but not all act by the means of democracy and not all seek to rule by democratic means once they gain power.