ITALY: Confidence

Better than all the speeches, flag waving and reviews which have marked the eleventh anniversary of Fascism in Italy, the trial of four men in Rome last week showed the world the stability of the Fascist regime. Leonardo Bucciglioni, Renato Cianca, Claudio Cianca and Pasquale Capasso were charged with the most serious crime in the Fascist calendar: plotting against the life of Il Duce, and exploding a terrorist bomb inside St. Peter's. Within the past decade more than one man has been tied to a chair and shot in the back for...

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