ITALY: In Mussoliniland

Premier Benito Mussolini continued to dominate the Italian stage. Speaking to the assembled leaders of Fascismo in the Palazzo Venezia at Rome he made it clear that he would accept no aid from other Parties because the "National Fascista Party, on account of its origin, on account of its methods, on account of its ideals and on account of its experience since 1921, energetically refuses any electoral or political alliances." He did not object, however, to including "single men from other parties, provided that their past, especially during and after the...

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