VT Digger, “Then again: Sculptor’s death stunned Barre immigrant community”

In fact, a year earlier, Serrati had visited Barre to debate Luigi Galleani, an internationally known anarchist who lived in the city under an assumed name and published the newspaper Cronaca Sovversiva (or Subversive Chronicle). The city’s Italian community was divided between anarchists and socialists – though presumably many Italians didn’t actively support either faction.

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