A short timeline
The red years: 1919-20
The Russian workers’ revolution of October 1917 and the end of World War 1 in November 1918 were followed by a wave of economic turmoil and working-class radicalisation across Europe, and especially in Italy. Continue reading
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In June 1930 Alfonso Leonetti, Paolo Ravazzoli, and Pietro Tresso – three of the eight members of the Executive of the Italian Communist Party – were expelled. Continue reading
Peter Thomas’s book The Gramscian Moment gives over its second chapter to a discussion and critique of Perry Anderson’s famous study from 1976, The Antinomies of Antonio Gramsci. Large parts of later chapters are also polemic against Anderson. Continue reading