By Nunzio Pernicone
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The law was whatever the magnates and their satraps said it was, and those who resisted were likely to end up in jail or dead. The sovversivi had acquired a substantial following among the Italian coal miners of western Pennsylvania, but the FSI section in Pittsburgh was far weaker than its Philadelphia counterpart, having been organized only in 1906 or 1907. Tresca’s arrival, therefore, caused immediate alarm among local consular officials, priests, and prominenti. 18 Since the nineteenth century, subversive newspapers were stifled through repeated confiscation of offending issues.
The most hated among the prominenti were the rich publishers of Italian language daily newspapers: for example, Carlo Barsotti and Il Progresso Italo-Americano in New York; Charles C. A. Baldi and L’Opinione in Philadelphia; and Mariano Cancelliere and La Trinacria in Pittsburgh. They were odious to Tresca not only because their newspapers fostered every manner of political, social, and intellectual conservatism. Often personal friends of American business magnates, they invariably opposed Italian workers whenever they struck for higher pay and better conditions.
Debts had been eliminated and the newspaper’s circulation had risen from 4,000 to 5,600. 44 In sum, a major resurgence had occurred between 1904 and 1906, and the lion’s share of credit belonged to Tresca. And Tresca, more than anyone, was responsible for the FSI’s ideological and tactical reorientation toward revolutionary syndicalism. 1 But he could not capitalize on this goodwill until he found employment to provide for his family. Helga had arrived in New York on May 11, 1905; she and Tresca took up residence at 1103 Ellsworth Street in South Philadelphia, not far from his office.
Carlo Tresca: Portrait of a Rebel by Nunzio Pernicone
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