ITALY: Out for the Big Win

As the Italian election campaign drew to a close this week, all eyes were on the little man with the big ambition. The little man: Amintore Fanfani, secretary-general and campaign manager of the Christian Democratic Party that has governed Italy since the war. The little man's big ambition: at 50, to become Premier of Italy. In pursuit of his dream, Fanfani popped up last week on the cobblestones of Palermo, in the sunny piazzas of a dozen southern farm towns, in the shadows of Milan's cathedral, in the monarchist stronghold of Naples. Since campaign's start he had delivered...

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