Angelo Tasca e dei quattro il piu legato all'esperienza politica e sindacale dell'anteguerra e, come responsabile della federazione giovanile socialista torinese, si e gia confrontato nei primi anni '10 in pubblici dibattiti nazionali con i giovani di altre federazioni, tra cui Amadeo Bordiga: un esempio e rappresentato dalla "polemica culturista", lanciata da Gaetano Salvemini nel 1912, il quale aveva rilevato, trovando in questo l'adesione taschiana, la scarsa preparazione culturale dei giovani socialisti.
Altre considerazioni vengono svolte in merito all'esperienza consiliare da Amadeo Bordiga che, a differenza degli ordinovisti, si muove gia sul terreno del partito, e sta organizzando una frazione rivoluzionaria nazionale collegata alla III Internazionale, con una piattaforma tutta politica.
At the other end of the country, in Naples, Amadeo Bordiga, who was destined to become the first secretary of the Communist Party of Italy (PCd'I), was engaged in his own spirited debate with the PSI.
(7.) See Andreina De Clementi, Amadeo Bordiga, Torino: Einaudi, 1971, chapter three; Franco Livorsi, Amadeo Bordiga.
(27.) Amadeo Bordiga, 'Arditi del popolo e i comunisti', L'Ordine Nuovo, 12 July 1921.
Although Drake successfully brings out the importance of some lesser-known political activists, like Carlo Cafiero, Arturo Labriola, and Amadeo Bordiga
, there are serious problems with his overall approach to understanding the Marxist revolutionary tradition.
, its first secretary general, had been a close colleague of Mussolini's.
-- compte tenu de quelques exceptions individuelles -- demeurat fidele a son anti-militarisme d'avant guerre: en 1915, certains dirigeants du mouvement de la jeunesse socialiste, notamment Amadeo Bordiga et Nicola Modugno, prirent les positions les plus radicales contre l'entree en guerre de l'Italie, avec le soutien de leur sections du Sud.
Even before war and revolution exercised a powerful influence on the shape of their thinking, Italy's third socialist generation (many of them born within a year of the party's establishment in 1892 as a Marxist political party) had begun to form a collective opinion of what separated them from that second generation of leaders responsible for bringing the Italian movement into the Second International.(1) This is not to say that the views of such communist leaders as Antonio Gramsci, Amadeo Bordiga, Angelo Tasca, and Alfonso Leonetti were identical, or that they did not evolve over time.
The aim of the antimasonic resolution, therefore, was to "cleanse" the socialist movement of those "tainted" with "democratic" rather than purely Marxist Ideals.(14) The earliest writings of one young Neapolitan whose name would figure prominently in the formation of the Communist party, Amadeo Bordiga, were precisely on this theme.(15)
their place was taken by others, most notably the F.G.S.I.'s new secretary, Lido Caiani, a young Roman who would follow Mussolini to II Popolo d'Italia in 1914, and two men whose names would be intertwined in the formation of the Italian Communist parry, Angelo Tasca and Amadeo Bordiga. At the 1912 F.G.S.I.
Italo Toscani, the editor of Avanguardia, Amadeo Bordiga, now a leading member of the F.G.S.I.