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I seem to remember that on that day Dr. ' He was nursed day and night by a comrade from Bologna and by a worker from Grosseto. Fifteen days after the attack he was allowed to be examined by Professor U'mberto Arcangeli, who insisted at great length that Gl'amsci forward a petition for mercy. But, upon the obstinate refusal of the prisoner, he was forced to remove any hint of such a proposal from his certificate (where he declared, amongst other things : 'Gramsci will not be able to survive long in his present condition.
From the Drdine Nuovo group only Terracini entered the Executive; the other members of the Executive were almost a ll, to a greater or lesser de gree, in close agreement with Bordiga. A period of violent, sectarian polemics began. This sectarianism was explainable in the heated climate after the war created by the painful split in the working class due to the division at Leghorn be tween the socialist and communist forces, and by the violent intimida tion which the fascists were carrying out with a clear class logic, a campaign of violence for which they had the open support of the whole governmental and S tate apparatus.
He kept in very close con tact with many leaders of the party, above all through letters. A large part of the letters' written in this period, important for understanding the evolution of the thought of Gramsci and the transformations that took place inside the party and in its political struggle, are now con tained in the book by Togliatti mentioned above. Despite the poor con dition of his health, Gramsci worked strenuously, even if Terracini spoke, just in those weeks, of his 'traditional inertia'.
Antonio Gramsci: An Introduction to His Thought by A. Pozzolini, Anne F. Showstack