Concentrazione Antifascista Italiana

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Concentrazione Antifascista Italiana (CAI; "Italian Anti-Fascist Concentration") was an Italian coalition of Anti-Fascist groups which existed from 1927 to 1934.

Founded in Nérac, France, by expatriate Italians, the CAI was an alliance of non-communist anti-fascist forces (republican, socialist, nationalist) trying to promote and to coordinate expatriate actions to fight fascism in Italy, and published a propaganda paper, entitled La Libertà. The Partito Popolare Italiano (PPI) refused to take part in it, along with the Communist Party of Italy.

Many of the socialist elements of the CAI were subsumed into Giustizia e Libertà and later, the Partito d'Azione.