Carlo Tresca

The rebel girl: an autobiography, my first life 1906-26

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn addresses strikers in Paterson, 1913

An epic firsthand account of women and the working class in the early years of the 20th century by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. The fiery socialist and Industrial Workers of the World union organiser writes vividly of her early life.

New Trends Vol. 1, No. 5-6 (February-March 1946)

The Vol. 1, No. 5-6 (February-March 1946) issue of New Trends, an anarchist publication produced out of New York City from September 1945 until August 1946.

New Trends Vol. 1, No. 4 (January 1946)

The Vol. 1, No. 4 (January 1946) issue of New Trends, an anarchist publication produced out of New York City from September 1945 until August 1946.

New Trends Vol. 1, No. 3 (November 1945)

The Vol. 1, No. 3 (November 1945) issue of New Trends, an anarchist publication produced out of New York City from September 1945 until August 1946.

Tresca, Carlo: portrait of a rebel

Arriving in America in 1904, Carlo Tresca began a nearly forty-year stretch as an active revolutionary. Nunzio Pernicone's definitive biography chronicles Tresca's larger-than-life personality, his revolutionary apprenticeship in Sulmona, Italy, and his subsequent career as fighter for liberty until his untimely death in 1943. The story of his life - as newspaper editor, labor agitator, anarchist, anti-communist, street fighter, and opponent of fascism - illuminates the lost world of Italian-American radicalism.

Review of Carlo Tresca: Portrait of a Rebel

Iain McKay reviews Nunzio Pernicone's book Carlo Tresca: Portrait of a Rebel.

Tresca, Carlo, 1879-1943

Short biography of the Italian-American anarchist Carlo Tresca, written by Nunzio Pernicone.

Where is Juliet Stuart Poyntz?

An article by Carlo Tresca on Juliet Stuart Poyntz, a Communist Party USA member who is believed to have been abducted and murdered by a Soviet NKVD assassination squad in 1937.