By George S Counts
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With these impromptu discussions, jumping from one subject to another, the journey was now going very quickly. None the less we had time to look at the countryside, at this new Russia which had, in a single act, passed from the hated Tsarist rule to the liberating revolution Oil which revolutionaries of all lands now had their eyes fixed. In one of the rare moments when I had been able to get away from the debates, I was approached in the corridor by an Englishwoman, a journalist, the correspondent, she told me, of the Daily News, a liberal paper from which I had often got interesting information about Soviet Russia.
They intended to travel as respectable citizens, with genuine passports, and to go to Moscow as customers of Thomas Cook. So I had to find an alternative. The improvisation we arrived at involved a long detour through Vienna, with a first stop at Venice where Ivan was to join us. We did indeed meet there, but in circumstances that led me to 24 1920 cast serious doubts on Ivan's capacities as far as organising clandestine travel was concerned. He did not arrive by the train he had agreed to take, nor by the following one.
3 Returning to Italy at the beginning of 1920, he established himself in Milan, and immediately prepared to publish a daily paper, Umanita Nucva. It was at the paper's offices that I went to see him. These consisted of a square room, not very big, with scarcely room enough for the four tables, one in each corner, for the editors. Malatesta was working at his table; they were in the middle of preparing the issue, so we fixed up a meeting for the evening. I brought along Armando Borghi, whom I had fetched from the Unione Sindacale.