"Lutte du Peuple was the French counterpart of a left-fascist organization originally founded in Italy in May 1969 by Ugo Gaudenzi and others, the Organizzazione Lotta di Popolo. Among the activists who later became associated with the latter were Enzo Maria Dantini (whose name later appeared on a list of ‘Gladio’ members) and two notorious ‘Nazi-Maoists’, Claudio Mutti and Franco Freda." 
Resources and articles
- Martin Lee, The Beast Reawakens (1997), p.479.
- Jeffrey M. Bale, “‘National revolutionary’ groupuscules and the resurgence of ‘left-wing’ fascism: the case of France’s Nouvelle Résistance,” Patterns of Prejudice’’, 36:3, 2002 p.31.