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1877 â€” Luigi Fabbri lives, Fabriano, Italy. Professor, Italian anarchist, theorist, writer. Contributed to Umanita Nova, an anarchist daily paper published by Errico Malatesta in Milan, along with Gigi Damiani, Camillo Berneri, Nella Giacometti, Armando Borghi, etc. Fabbri escaped the fascist regime in 1926  
1890 â€” Spain: Salvador Segui Rubinat lives. Segui, "El noi del sucre", was an anarcho-syndicalist in the very active & popular CNT in Catalonia. He was assassinated in 1923 along with another trade unionist, Francesc Comes (murders financed by the governor of Catalonia). Fundacion Salvador Segui now exist in Barcelona, Valencia & Madrid. 
1900 â€” US: Today Emma Goldman speaks to the Italian group of New London, Connecticut. Emma Goldman had returned to New York earlier this month with Hippolyte Havel & Eric Morton. Newspaper reports claim Emma had, under an assumed name, rented a hall on Dec. 11 for a mass meeting of the Social Science Club. Emma was the principal speaker & the paper attributed to her a statement favoring the assassination of Italyâ€™s King Umberto.
1918 â€” US: Randolph Bourne dies. American literary radical, anarchist. It is in literature itself that Randolph Bourne appears most unforgettably, in a haunting stanza from 1919 (1932), centerpiece of the U.S.A. trilogy by John Dos Passos:
This little sparrowlike man, tiny twisted bit of flesh in a black cape, always in pain & ailing, put a pebble in his sling, & hit Goliath squarely in the forehead with it. . . . If any man has a ghost, Bourne has a ghost, a tiny twisted unscared ghost in a black cloak hopping along the grimy old brick & brownstone streets still left in downtown New York, crying out in a shrill soundless giggle: War is the health of the State.
1908 â€” Italy: Fortunato Serantoni dies in Florence. Internationalist & anarchist militant propagandist. In Buenos Aires, Argentina, Serantoni, founded "La Questione social" (title borrowed from Errico Malatestaâ€™s paper). Published in Italian, it included a supplement in Spanish, & represented the organisational current of Argentinian anarchism which became the strongest in Latin America.  
1936 â€” England: Emma Goldman arrives in London & finds the propaganda bureau of the Generalitat in a shambles. Earlier in the month, while in Barcelona, Emma was named official representative in London of the CNT-FAI & of the Generalitat of Catalonia. Vernon Richardsâ€™s twice-monthly Spain & the World appears to be her most reliable vehicle for communicating about the conditions & aspirations of the Spanish anarchists.