ITALY: Ousted

A violent Fascist quarrel was ended during the past week with a sudden, sharp shock. Dynamic Augusto Turati (TIME, Aug. 8), Secretary-General of the Fascist Party (and, in the opinion of some observers, the future II Duce), expelled one Signer Settimelli from the party for "grave and repeated lack of discipline," warning three others with a firm reprimand.

The quarrel concerned Fascist policy and was between two members of the fire-eating wing of Fascismo, (Emilio Settimelli and Mario Carli, editors of the Impero [Power], sometimes described as an official Fascist journal) and...

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