Early Anti-Fascist Activities
Fighting Fascism became the great crusade of Tresca’s life, the struggle in which he achieved unrivalled preeminence among Italian American radicals and reached the pinnacle of his career. The fight against Italian American Fascism represented a new phase in the class struggle Tresca and other sovversiv? had waged against the consuls, prominent?, and Catholic Church since the turn of the twentieth century. No compromise with the enemy was possible; no quarter given and none expected. Tresca’s war against Fascism was a fight to the death.
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