1 POLITICALLY - Mussolini had efficiently secured his position within parliament through the use of the Acerbo Law
and the intricate co-ordination of the King. Removal of Mussolini would have required intervention from armed
forces whereupon generals were not keep on being incorporated with a civil war.
2 SOCIALLY - Following the crisis an element of fear was incited within the nation, this went hand in hand with the
Press Censorship laws that were introduced in the same year. This acted as a buffer to opposition whereupon
the nation's knowledge of the crisis was limited.
3 THE ROLE OF THE KING - The king was notoriously known as being a particularly recessive king. The king had
by-passed the opportunity to remove mussolini in 1922 and again in 1924. Thus, allowing mussolini to flourish