Imaginary Interviews: Nov. 5, 1923

Benito Mussolini: " My brother Arnaldo protested against my lending my name to a favorite race horse owned by Frank Turner, an Englishman. Said I: 'Let him have my name so long as he wins!'"

Stanley Baldwin, British Premier: " The students of Edinburgh University have elected me Lord Rector in succession to Mr. George. My first cousin, Rudyard Kipling, was recently installed as Rector of St. Andrews in succession to James M. Barrie."

Otto H. Kahn, banker: " I dropped $15,000 in the musical comedy production Jack and...

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