TITLE

Program for Italy

AUTHOR(S)
Salvemini, Gaetano
PUB. DATE
November 1943
SOURCE
New Republic;11/15/43, Vol. 109 Issue 20, p679
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the shape of the political system which would usher in Italy after the World War II. Provisions for the political system for Italy as adopted in the Moscow Conference; Role of Pietro Badoglio, Chief of the General Staff of Italy in the World War II; Entrust of regency of Italy to Badoglio; Ill impact which the regency of Badoglio can bring to Italy; Suggestion that men with a clean record of moral integrity and political consistency must supersede not only the King, but also Badoglio and all other chiefs of the armed forces.
ACCESSION #
14686568

 

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