Foreign News: Caetani's Farewell

In a farewell address in Manhattan to the Italy-America Society, Prince Gelasio Caetani, Italian Ambassador to the U. S., who is returning home next month, stoutly defended the Fascist regime in Italy. He spoke of what had been accomplished: balanced budgets, reduction of internal indebtedness, prosperous industries, etc., and said that the Government was arranging to redeem $15,000,000 worth of bonds falling due in the U. S. in 1925. Said he: "We—that is, Mussolini and his faithful followers, including the most patriotic elements of Italy—are going to see that this work...

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