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Italo-Americans of the Boston area will have a chance to discuss their stand in relation to the war at 7.30 o'clock tomorrow night when the Massachusetts branch of the Mazzini Society holds a mass meeting in Faneuil Hall.
The list of speakers includes William Y. Elliott, professor of Government, and Gaetano Salveminin, Lauro de Boisis lecturer on the History of Italian Culture.
Cause for the meeting is the ticklish spot in which Americans of Italian descent find themselves today, with the United States lined up on the opposite side of the fence from Italy. The American with Italian connections is cornered between anti-fascist leanings, and loyalty to his homeland and relations.
A leaflet issued by the Mazzini society points out that German domination has brought nothing but misfortune, and urges the Italian public in this country to remain aloof from fascist propaganda, remembering that the patriotic Italian need not be a fascist.
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