To the same Palazzo Venezia where he and U. S. Secretary of State Henry Lewis Stimson talked peace (TIME, July 20), Benito Mussolini last week summoned the directors of the Fascist Party for a talk very warlike indeed. He was not now dealing with States powerful in arms or economics. The Papal State could only hurt him morally. He thought it had hurt him morally when Pope Pius XI smuggled his anti-Fascist encyclical up to Paris for promulgation (TIME, July 13), and therefore Il Duce and his party directors issued a sizzling hot...

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