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“MOC” 1960-1961. Il laboratorio delle ACLI di Livio Labor

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rivista BOLLETTINO DELL'ARCHIVIO PER LA STORIA DEL MOVIMENTO SOCIALE CATTOLICO IN ITALIA
fascicolo BOLLETTINO DELL’ARCHIVIO PER LA STORIA DEL MOVIMENTO SOCIALE CATTOLICO IN ITALIA - 2014 - 2-3
titolo “MOC” 1960-1961. Il laboratorio delle ACLI di Livio Labor
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This essay deals with a crucial phase in ACLI history: its split-up caused by the decisions taken at the 1959 National Congress. This Congress established the incompatibility between political and managerial positions within the Association. Consequently, a part of the Association, headed by Livio Labor, opposed Piazzi presidency, who was elected after the 1959 Congress and was basically in favour of granting broad exemptions from the application of the incompatibility rules. The internal opposition published two periodicals to shape an alternative association model (first “MOC. Ideas, Issues, Debates in Christian Workers’ Movement” and then “Debates in Christian Workers’ Movement”). Those periodicals, published between 1960 and 1961, became precisely the lab in which the ‘new ACLI’ of this phase gradually emerged and especially changed after the victory of the Labor’ group at 1961 Bari Congress and his subsequent election as movement’s national president.