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'''''La Stampa''''' was an [[Italian]] [[newspaper]] that, on [[15 March]] [[1968]], reported that a circular symbol with an "R" in it — the symbol of the [[Revolution Man]] — appeared on the floor of [[St Peter's Cathedral]] in [[Vatican City]]. According to their article on the matter, [[Pope]] [[Paul VI]] considered this "the most serious of crimes". ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Revolution Man (novel)|Revolution Man]]'')
 
'''''La Stampa''''' was an [[Italian]] [[newspaper]] that, on [[15 March]] [[1968]], reported that a circular symbol with an "R" in it — the symbol of the [[Revolution Man]] — appeared on the floor of [[St Peter's Cathedral]] in [[Vatican City]]. According to their article on the matter, [[Pope]] [[Paul VI]] considered this "the most serious of crimes". ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Revolution Man (novel)|Revolution Man]]'')
   

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La Stampa was an Italian newspaper that, on 15 March 1968, reported that a circular symbol with an "R" in it — the symbol of the Revolution Man — appeared on the floor of St Peter's Cathedral in Vatican City. According to their article on the matter, Pope Paul VI considered this "the most serious of crimes". (PROSE: Revolution Man)

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