ITALY: Prisoner ?

Premier Benito Mussolini for the third time refused to permit Dr. Guglielmo Ferrero, famed anti-Fascist historian, to leave Italy, this time to attend the World Population Conference in Geneva. Il Duce's decision was made known by Dr. Ferrero in a letter sent to the seat of the League of Nations.

Signor Mussolini's action against Dr. Ferrero follows his policy of keeping his enemies within sight and under control. Abroad he would have virtually no control over them and no jurisdiction whatever. Hence, amenable to Fascist law, he keeps them where, if they...

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