"The choice, indeed, lies between Rome and Moscow, although democratic countries laugh at the idea. They keep Moscow at a distance, and yet seem unwilling to borrow anything from Rome. They are convinced that Democracy, as now practiced, is the best means of government yet tried. But, meanwhile, the pressure of destructive forces continue, and it is clear that Democracy must end in Socialism – that is, in a system more or less akin to that adopted by Moscow."

Written by Edmondo Rossini

Narrated by Joshua Noyer

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Rossini, Edmondo. In A Survey of Fascism: the Year Book of the International Centre of Fascist Studies, 148–53. London: Benn, 1928.

 

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