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January 9, 2004
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An Italian author denied his Jewishness when he asked Benito Mussolini to be reinstated to his newspaper job. After he was fired in 1938 because of Italy’s anti-Semitic laws, Alberto Moravia, whose father was Jewish, made a personal appeal for reinstatement to Mussolini.

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