ITALY: New Party

Since Benito has been trying, so far without much success, to effect a rapprochement between the Vatican and the State, the Partita Popolare, or Catholic Party, has had a hard road to hoe. (See page 18.)

Under the leadership of the ardent English and the French are different, and in a way complementary to each other. We are both free peoples and strong peoples, and ought to be united, but we have reached liberty by different routes; the French by principles and proclamations, the English by the gradual extension of the rights of...

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