ITALY: In the U.S.

In the U. S.

The Nuovo Paese (Rome Journal), professed to know which way the wind is blowing in the U. S. Discussing the coming Presidential election, the paper said:

"After voluntary isolation, the United States, under the impulse given by President Coolidge, is about to resume contact with European affairs. This was proved by Secretary Hughes' visits to London, Paris and Berlin.

"The definite attitude of America toward Europe, however, will be decided by the outcome of the Presidential election. Nobody cherishes any illusions regarding the abolition of War debts. But the hope...

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