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The effectiveness and the specific features of squadrista violence played a decisive role in allowing the possibility for such forms of support—or at least of acceptance and resignation—to emerge and grow. In this summary of relatively new fears and deep-rooted anxieties, of favorable conditions and the explosiveness of violence, of expectations and new forms of sociality, it is possible to trace the origins of the legitimizing core of squadrista violence and the widespread support for it and at the same time to understand the paradoxical “normality” of its perpetrators.
24 The lawyer Nicola Panicali, too, clashed repeatedly with his son Mario, who had not only neglected his studies but had fallen gravely ill after going to Fiume and joining the squadre from Fano (in the province of Pesaro-Urbino). In a letter to the secretary of the Fasci di combattimento Umberto Pasella, Panicali forbade the officer from sending propaganda materials to his son. ”25 Although from the second half of the 1920s onward the Fascist regime forcefully affirmed the values of hierarchy, discipline, and obedience toward both the family ORIGINS 25 and the state, in the period preceding the March on Rome, the militancy of many young squadristi (especially middle-class boys) was characterized by instances of family rupture or disobedience toward parental authority.
Emilio Gentile, Storia del Partito fascista, 525. 23. Roberto Cantagalli, Storia del Fascismo fiorentino 1919–1925 (Florence: Vallecchi, 1972), 61; Piazzesi, Diario di uno squadrista toscano, 77 and 107–8. 24. Piero Girace, Diario di uno squadrista (Naples: Rispoli, 1941), 33–4. 25. Letters from Nicola Panicali to Umberto Pasella, 19 June 1920; from Pasella to Nicola Panicali, 22 June 1920; from Nicola Panicali to Pasella, 26 June 1920; from Mario Panicali to Pasella (no date); and from Pasella to Mario Panicali, 22 June 1920, all in Archivio Centrale dello Stato, Archivi Fascisti, Mostra della Rivoluzione fascista, Carteggio col.