Foreign News: Press On!

With anxious, heavy hearts the 70 most potent newspaper editors in Italy crossed Rome's broad Piazza Colonna, last week, entered the gloomy, high ceilinged Palazzo Chigi, and waited in trepidation to be re- ceived by Il Capo.*

The editors feared that within a few minutes most of them might be out of jobs. They had heard rumors that Signor Mus- solini proposed to merge all Italian newspapers into a single, syndicated super-news organ, edited by the Dictator's brother, pudgy, tortoise-spectacled Arnaldo Mussolini, who carries on the Mussolini family...

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