Labour Movement in Trieste in 1920-1921
The author discusses certain aspects of the Trieste working classes and the reaction of their political organizations and trade unions to the new structures of the Italian capital which after the year 1918 replaced the Austro-Hungarian on the Trieste capital market. The social and national problems of the Trieste socialists coincided with marked fractional conflicts within the Italian Socialist Party. The intervention of fascism and the repressive power of the State suppressed the revolutionary zeal of the Trieste working classes.
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