Quaderni Rossi (Red Notebooks) was an Italian political journal founded in 1961 which became one of the primary sources of autonomist marxism. Raniero Panzieri played a central role in founding the journal alongside Mario Tronti, Romano Alquati, Antonio (Toni) Negri, Alberto Asor Rosa, and Danilo Montaldi. In August 1963, Classe Operaia, led by Tronti, broke away, leaving a group around Panzieri and Vittorio Rieser running Quaderni Rossi. Following the death of Panzieri in 1964, the journal continued until 1966 but without the same impact as it had previously enjoyed.
References [ edit ]
- Palazzo, David P. "The "Social Factory" In Postwar Italian Radical ought From Operaismo To Autonomia". CUNY Academic Works. CUNY Academic Works. Retrieved 8 May 2017.
- Wright, Steve (2002). Storming Heaven: Class Composition and Struggle in Italian Autonomist Marxism. London: Pluto Press.
External Links [ edit ]
- Quaderni Rossi Excerpt from Storming Heaven (2002).