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Starting in 1919, however, the Socialist associations mandated that only unionized day laborers be hired, and with a 20 percent increase in pay. 66 Through a campaign of intimidation, oppression, and generalized violence, Regazzi and the squadristi from Molinella created a situation of “fear and panic” and threatened the day laborers, hoping to “obtain a refund” for the additional amount added to their wages. ”67 Although violence was sometimes driven by private motivations, it always acquired a social and political meaning.
74 Undertaken purely for fun, as typical jokes and pranks (like shooting at streetlamps), such practices actually contributed to the “frightening” of passersby and common citizens and demonstrated the effective invincibility of the Fascists, in addition to fueling their own sense of pompousness. In this environment, even the most meaningless rationales were used to justify a recourse to violence. 75 A few months before that, a small group of Bolognese Fascists amused themselves by shooting their revolvers in the air in front of a farmer’s house.
After exhausting every form of verbal protest, the farmer went outside and chased the “young thugs” with a club and threw rocks at them. The Fascists managed to get away but returned promptly that afternoon; as soon as the farmer came to the door, they shot and killed him. In another instance, again near Bologna, a local restaurant owner refused to serve tagliatelle to a group of very hungry Fascists since it was already quite late; 32 M. 76 Other times, the violence was even more vicious and gratuitous.