RADICALS: Fuller Decides

Twelve leading Paris newspapers last week devoted four times as much space to two remote Italians as to the break-up of the Geneva Naval Conference. Why? The French, as lovers of liberty, were interested in whether these two Italians were to be killed by a democracy for a crime of which they were innocent or whether they were actually guilty and had been responsible for an international campaign to defeat justice.

One of these two Italians, Nicola Sacco, had worked in a shoe factory and cultivated a garden in Stoughton, Mass., before...

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