ITALY: Italian Conscience

In a press interview Signor Schanzer, ex-Foreign Minister and Minister of Finance, who represented Italy at the Washington Conference two years ago, made some illuminating remarks on Italy's conscience. Said he: "There is nothing on Italy's conscience, should we not pay America our debts. We contributed in blood; America in money. Ours was a contribution which could not be counted in money. If America should make us a present of our debts and withdraw her accounts against us, she would leave nothing for which we would have regret, and we would...

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