Smedley Butler was already the most famous soldier in America when, in 1931, he accused Benito Mussolini of willfully killing a child with his car. Butler, a decorated Marine Corps general, made the allegation during a speech about “mad-dog states” at a luncheon in his native Philadelphia. The story, which had the ring of a […]
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