The role that radical ideologies have played in the experience of America’s immigrant groups has been the subject of increasing scholarly attention. Historians are coming to realize that these philosophies often exerted a substantial influence on ethnic group development. This was particularly true of the manner in which immigrants interacted with the labor movement in America. That these developments have often been overlooked has been explained, in part, by a lack of documentary evidence available for use in charting the events, issues, and personalities of the radical world. In recent years, however, a growing volume of historical material has become available which has shed important light on this fascinating aspect of America’s immigrant past. A case in point involves the Italian community of Tampa, Florida.
Pozzetta, George E.
"Immigrants and Radicals in Tampa, Florida,"
Florida Historical Quarterly: Vol. 57:
3, Article 7.
Available at: https://stars.library.ucf.edu/fhq/vol57/iss3/7