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L’Avvenire Helga’s efforts to save La Plebe ultimately failed. The Postal Office Department once again had deprived La Plebe of discounted mailing privileges, at the behest of the nuncio apostolico in Washington, according to Tresca. The cost of mailing the newspaper plus the bills accrued from his court case placed a huge burden on Tresca and his family. 45 40 CARLO TRESCA: PORTRAIT OF A REBEL But soon, with the assistance of Tresca’s good friend Giuseppe Zavarella, who obtained a second-class mailing permit as the newspaper’s nominal publisher, Helga transferred the newspaper to Steubenville, Ohio, where it was resurrected on July 24, 1909 under the name of L’Avvenire (The Future).
As a revolutionary, Tresca understood that a primary function of armies was to suppress proletarian rebellion. ”23 Conflict between Italian radicals and the priesthood in Pittsburgh had recently escalated, and the Church enlisted the support of secular authorities to assist them. 24 The episodes of repression in Pittsburgh were part of a larger campaign waged at this time by the Catholic Church against its ideological enemies. F. 26 The institution created by the sovversivi to counter the Church’s stultifying control over the minds of immigrants was the Università Popolare, an informal school where qualified volunteers provided instruction in a wide range of subjects.
A principal cause of socialist weakness, 24 CARLO TRESCA: PORTRAIT OF A REBEL he believed, was the FSI’s lack of cohesive organization, especially at the state level. Local sections, nominally under the central authority of the executive committee, were really autonomous groups bound together only by common ideology and purpose. Zealous defenders of independent initiative, local sections usually neglected to coordinate activities statewide, much less on a national basis. Efforts were therefore sporadic, isolated, and ineffectual.
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