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 (gräm′shē), Antonio 1891-1937.
Italian political leader and theorist who helped establish the Italian Communist party in 1921. Mussolini later outlawed the party and Gramsci was imprisoned (1926-1937).
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Gramsci

(Italian ˈɡramʃɪ)
n
(Biography) Antonio. 1891–1937, Italian politician and Marxist theorist: founder (1921) of the Italian Communist party. His important works were written during his imprisonment (1926–37) by the Fascists
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