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I loved both those lefty linkages, Maia, and I esp...

2007-08-10T10:45:00.000+12:00

I loved both those lefty linkages, Maia, and I especially love finding others connected to our own country. Eg Len de Caux, born in Westport and later a key figure in the US labour left in the 1930s and 40s, author of 'Living Spirit of the Wobblies' and his autobiography 'Labor Radical', happened to be on holiday in Turin in the summer of 1920. There was a strike raging in the auto industry there, and de Caux followed the daily reports in the anarchist newspaper Nuovo Ordino, written by its star correspondent Antonio Gramsci. How wonderful, therefore, that de Caux went on to become the very model of 'organic intellectual' which Gramsci typologised in his Prison Notebooks.