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  1. Carlo Tresca (March 9, 1879 – January 11, 1943) was an Italian-American newspaper editor, orator, and labor organizer who was a leader of the Industrial Workers of the World during the 1910s. He is remembered as a leading public opponent of fascism , Stalinism , and Mafia infiltration of the trade unions for the purposes of union racketeering .

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  3. Carlo Tresca - Wikipedia

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    Carlo Tresca (March 9, 1879 – January 11, 1943) was an Italian-American newspaper editor, orator, and labor organizer who was a leader of the Industrial Workers of the World during the 1910s. He is remembered as a leading public opponent of fascism , Stalinism , and Mafia infiltration of the trade unions for the purposes of union racketeering .

  4. Carlo Tresca (1879 - January 11, 1943, New York City) was an Italian -born American anarchist, newspaper editor, and labor agitator. Tresca was famous for the fight and the opposition to the fascism, stalinism, and the mafia. Tresca was part of the defense committee for accused murderers Sacco and Vanzetti, and frequently spoke in their defense ...

  5. Tresca, Carlo, 1879-1943 | libcom.org

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    Tresca, Carlo, 1879-1943. Short biography of the Italian-American anarchist Carlo Tresca, written by Nunzio Pernicone. Submitted by Juan Conatz on October 14, 2012. For three decades Tresca was a free-lance revolutionary paladin among Italian radicals in the United States. His political views had taken shape in his native Abruzzi, where he ...

  6. Carlo Tresca Was an Italian Radical Who Fought Fascism in the ...

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    Fraser Watt. By 1920, the forty-one-year-old Carlo Tresca was an immensely popular labor organizer — or, as Italian-American historian Nunzio Pernicone puts it, “indisputably the most important Italian radical in the United States.”. Fiery, intelligent, and larger-than-life, Tresca was also an immigrant, arriving in New York in 1904 after ...

  7. Carlo Tresca & the First Antifa | The Anarchist Library

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    Carlo Tresca & the First AntifaBook review. a review of Nunzio Pernicone, Carlo Tresca: Portrait of a Rebel. AK Press, 2010. 380 pages, $19.95, paper. Carlo Tresca is well known in the U.S. as one of the early leaders of the IWW. Born in Italy in 1879, Tresca was forced to migrate to the United States in 1904, due to his socialist and labor ...

  8. Carlo Tresca (1879 - 1943) - Genealogy - geni family tree

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    Carlo Tresca (March 9, 1879 – January 11, 1943) was an Italian-born American newspaper editor, orator, and labor organizer who was a leader of the Industrial Workers of the World during the decade of the 1910s. Tresca is remembered as a leading public opponent of fascism, Stalinism, and Mafia infiltration of the trade union movement.

  9. Who Killed Carlo Tresca? - The New York Review of Books

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    June 15, 1989 issue. Reviewed: All the Right Enemies: The Life and Murder of Carlo Tresca. by Dorothy Gallagher. Rutgers University Press, 321 pp., $24.95. Carlo Tresca; drawing by David Levine. Buy Print. If Verdi were to reappear today he might well find in Dorothy Gallagher’s book on Carlo Tresca material for an admirable libretto. Indeed ...

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  11. Carlo Tresca Portrait of a Rebel - libcom.org

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    Carlo Tresca was the last of the line of ‘old school’radicals or revolutionaries” 2— so wrote the renowned socialist Norman Thomas after his friend had been gunned down. Thomas’s accolade recognized Tresca’s place among the most famous subversives who had challenged America’s established order during the previous