Stefanie Prezioso: “The Anti-Fascist Revolution”

‘Remembering the Action Party, one of Italy’s biggest anti-fascist partisan movements. … Created in 1942 and dissolved in 1947, over the twenty months of civil war the Partito d’Azione was an advocate for the radical transformation of Italian society. … “You are either for revolution or for reforms,” Pd’A secretary for Northern Italy Leo Viliani wrote, “and we are for revolution.” The “revolution” even became a “permanent revolution,” “whose goals can never be determined once and for all, but rather are continually redefined.”’