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Kronstadt and the End of the Revolution

A Re-Post from March 2015 It was the first weeks of March, 1921 in the new Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics. Kronstadt was and still is a naval fortress on an island in the Gulf of Finland. It served … Continue reading

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Luigi Galleani and the Bombing of Wall Street

What do you think of when hear the words “Italian American”? Tony Soprano?  The Godfather?  Mob Wives?  Pizza and pasta?  Baddabing. Yes I know.  These are the media stereotypes foisted upon us.  Unfortunately too many think that is really who … Continue reading

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Kronstadt and the End of the Revolution

It was the first weeks of March, 1921 in the new Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics. Kronstadt was and still is a naval fortress on an island in the Gulf of Finland. It served as headquarters of Russia’s Baltic … Continue reading

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Mario

I received a text message from my eldest daughter on New Year’s Day. “Mario Cuomo is dead”. I frowned, lips tight, sitting alone watching a college football game. I think she sent me that text because she knew what it … Continue reading

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Here’s to You Nicola and Bart

“The supreme court of Massachusetts has spoken at last and Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco, two of the bravest and best scouts that ever served the labor movement, must go to the electric chair. The decision of this capitalist judicial tribunal is … Continue reading

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