All the Right Enemies: The Life and Murder of Carlo Tresca

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Preface xi
  • Prologue: January 11, 1943 the Long-Expected Enemy 3
  • Part One 13
  • Chapter 1 My Native Place 15
  • Chapter 2 Family Life 26
  • Chapter 3 the Bull of Lawrence 33
  • Chapter 4 41
  • Chapter 5 Carlo and Elizabeth 44
  • Chapter 6 Before the War 50
  • Chapter 7 Mesabi 55
  • Chapter 8 War and Repression 63
  • Chapter 9 All of Them Anarchists 74
  • Chapter 10 Sick at Heart 92
  • Chapter 11 the United States and Italy Versus Carlo Tresca 98
  • Chapter 12 Women and Children 110
  • Chapter 13 Fascists Home and Abroad 126
  • Chapter 14 Vittorio Vidali, Alias Enea Sormenti, Alias Carlos Contreras 137
  • Chapter 15 Wheels Within Wheels 143
  • Chapter 16 Carlo at Fifty 147
  • Chapter 17 Vidali Goes to Spain 150
  • Chapter 18 Home Again 163
  • Chapter 19 Trotskyism and Poyntzism 167
  • Chapter 20 the Bull of Lawrence No More 177
  • Chapter 21 1942 184
  • Chapter 22 Last Rites 206
  • Part Two 211
  • Introductory Note to Part II 213
  • Chapter 23 the Man Who Killed Carlo Tresca 215
  • Chapter 24 for All Know 222
  • Chapter 25 Mussolini Told Vito 228
  • Chapter 26 Ghoulish Red-Baiting 234
  • Chapter 27 Two Thousand Miles Away 245
  • Chapter 28 the Project 252
  • Chapter 29 Addendum 260
  • Abbreviations 275
  • Notes 277
  • Index 307
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