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“A free and united Europe … will immediately revive in full the historical process of the struggle against social inequalities and privileges. All the old conservative structures which hindered this process will have collapsed or will be in a state of collapse… In order to respond to our needs, the European revolution must be socialist…” (Altiero Spinelli, Manifesto di Ventotene, 1941)
If you want to know more about Altiero Spinelli, read is biography by Piero Graglia.
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As every summer, the tradition is renewed. The old cinema Astra is gone, sigh! But… a new outdoor cinema, Cine Naxos, is ready for Hollywood nights in the middle of the Aegean Sea!
Books travel with people. They pass from suitcases to the hot sand of the beach. And finally they arrive on the shelves of the Papyrus Used Bookstore on the Paralia. They have come from Norway, from Sweden, from United Kingdom, from France and from Italy. During the late Sixties one book, Harry Provence’s biography of President Johnson, came from Pakistan, that is, from the local headquarters of the United States Information Service in Peshawar…