Arrigo Benedetti  

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"Sweltering motorists do not seem to have a history . . . As a reality a traffic jam is impressive, but it doesn't say much." —Arrigo Benedetti, L'Espresso, Rome, 6.21.64"--"La autopista del sur" epigraph

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Arrigo Benedetti (June 1, 1910 – October 26, 1976), was an Italian journalist and writer. He also was the editor of important news magazines: Oggi (1939–1941), L'Europeo (1945–54), L'Espresso (1955–63), and Il Mondo (1969–72). Born as Giulio, he changed his name to Arrigo in 1933.



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