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  1. Luigi Galleani was an Italian anarchist active in the United States from 1901 to 1919, viewed by historians as an anarcho-communist and an insurrectionary anarchist. He is best known for his enthusiastic advocacy of "propaganda of the deed", i.e. the use of violence to eliminate "tyrants" and "oppressors" and to act as a catalyst to the overthrow of existing government institutions.

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    Luigi Galleani. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Luigi Galleani. Born August 12, 1861. Vercelli, Italy. Died ...

  4. Anarchism in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Luigi Galleani was an Italian anarchist active in the United States from 1901 to 1919, viewed by historians as an anarcho-communist and an insurrectionary anarchist. He is best known for his enthusiastic advocacy of "propaganda of the deed", i.e. the use of violence to eliminate "tyrants" and "oppressors" and to act as a catalyst to the overthrow of existing government institutions.

  5. During the spring of 1919, a group of anarchists (known as Galleanists because they were followers of Italian anarchist Luigi Galleani) sent a series of mail bombs to U.S. government officials and judges. On June 2, 1919, one of these bombs exploded at the home of Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer, and he and his family barely escaped death. Later that year, Palmer launched a series of police actions that became known as the Palmer Raids.

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    Artwork from a comic based on Luigi's Mansion 3 drawn by Yukio Sawada. Key artwork for the "Super Mario Family Life" merchandise series from Nintendo Tokyo. Group artwork from Play Nintendo celebrating Holiday 2019. A larger variation of the Holiday 2019 artwork, posted on Twitter.

  7. (Ely Galleani) - Wikit.wiki

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    Ely Galleani, all'anagrafe Federica Eleonora Maria Luigi de Galleani (Alassio, 24 aprile 1953), è un'attrice italiana. Biografia Di origini ucraine per parte di madre, è stata attiva in particolare negli anni settanta in film di genere poliziesco o della commedia erotica all'italiana. È stata sposata con il regista Carlo Vanzina (da cui si è poi separata) e si è ritirata dalle scene.

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    At age 33, Luigi Galleani returned to Italy, where he was immediately arrested and sentenced to five years for conspiracy. And where did they imprison this dangerous conspirator? On the idyllic island of Pantelleria, where he was never in a prison. He was only “in exile”.

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    Luigi's Ristorante Italiano offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (513) 701-9613. How is Luigi's Ristorante Italiano restaurant rated? Luigi's Ristorante Italiano is rated 4.5 stars by 464 OpenTable diners.

  10. Emma Goldman - Wikipedia

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    While living in England, Canada, and France, she wrote an autobiography called Living My Life. It was published in two volumes, in 1931 and 1935. After the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, Goldman traveled to Spain to support the anarchist revolution there. She died in Toronto, Canada, on May 14, 1940, aged 70.

  11. Sacco and Vanzetti trial - WikiSummaries

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    In this climate, the anarchist Press;Italian American newspaper Cronaca Sovversiva –founded by well-known Italian anarchist Galleani, Luigi Luigi Galleani–became a mouthpiece for the Italian immigrant community. Its contributors touted the end of capitalism–even through violent means.

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