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Peppino Impastato, una vita contro la mafia   http://bit.ly/JqMNJ9

Peppino Impastato, una vita contro la mafia http://bit.ly/JqMNJ9

Mi uccideranno, ma non sarà una vendetta della mafia, la mafia non si vendica. Forse saranno mafiosi quelli che materialmente mi uccideranno, ma quelli che avranno voluto la mia morte saranno altri.   Paolo Borsellino

Mi uccideranno, ma non sarà una vendetta della mafia, la mafia non si vendica. Forse saranno mafiosi quelli che materialmente mi uccideranno, ma quelli che avranno voluto la mia morte saranno altri. Paolo Borsellino

Paris Demonstrations, May, 1968. The banner reads "Solidarity between Students and Workers".

Marking the French Social Revolution of '68

Paris Demonstrations, May, 1968. The banner reads "Solidarity between Students and Workers".

History and Women: Franca Viola (born in Alcamo in 1947) is a Sicilian woman who became famous in the 1960s in Italy for refusing a "shotgun wedding" ("matrimonio riparatore" in Italian) after suffering kidnapping and rape.

History and Women: Franca Viola (born in Alcamo in 1947) is a Sicilian woman who became famous in the 1960s in Italy for refusing a "shotgun wedding" ("matrimonio riparatore" in Italian) after suffering kidnapping and rape.

Peppino Impastato, una vita contro la mafia

Peppino Impastato, una vita contro la mafia

1982 - Assassinato dalla mafia il gen. Dalla Chiesa (Ansa)

1982 - Assassinato dalla mafia il gen. Dalla Chiesa (Ansa)

John Fante (1909 - 1983) - Find A Grave Photos

John Fante (1909 - 1983) - Find A Grave Photos

Alcide De Gasperi was an Italian statesman and politician and founder of the Christian Democracy party. From 1945 to 1953 he was the prime minister of eight successive coalition governments. His eight-year term in office remains a landmark of political longevity for a leader in modern Italian politics. A conservative Catholic, he was also one of the Founding fathers of the European Union.

Alcide De Gasperi was an Italian statesman and politician and founder of the Christian Democracy party. From 1945 to 1953 he was the prime minister of eight successive coalition governments. His eight-year term in office remains a landmark of political longevity for a leader in modern Italian politics. A conservative Catholic, he was also one of the Founding fathers of the European Union.

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