The Revolutionary Fasces of Internationalist Action (Italian: Fascio Rivoluzionario d'Azione Internazionalista) was a political programmatic manifesto that advocated Italy's participation in World War I on the side of the Triple Entente against the Central Powers. It was drawn up on 5 October 1914 by Angelo Oliviero Olivetti and other revolutionary interventionists and labor unionists of the Unione Sindacale Italiana. The usefulness of the First World War was asserted as an historical moment indispensable for the development of more advanced societies in a political-social sense. The manifesto had its political application in the Fasces of Revolutionary Action.
The promoting committee was made up of: Decio Bacchi, Michele Bianchi, Ugo Clerici, Filippo Corridoni, Amilcare De Ambris, Attilio Deffenu, Aurelio Galassi, Angelo Oliviero Olivetti, Decio Papa, Cesare Rossi, Silvio Rossi, Sincere Rugarli and Libero Tancredi.