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I use the suftesi package and observe that labels of lists are outside of the typeblock margin.

minimal example:

\documentclass[structure=collection]{suftesi}
\begin{document}    
    \noindent Just enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line.
    enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line
    \begin{enumerate}
        \item[A] An item
        \item[B] An item
        \item[C] An item 
    \end{enumerate}
    Just enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line.
    enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line
    \begin{enumerate}
    \item An item
    \item An item
    \item An item 
    \end{enumerate}
    Just enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line.
    enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line
\end{document}

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what must be done to have the labels align or indent by a small amount (as is usual in other document classes?

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It's a precise stylistic choice (also Bringhurst does the same in his book on typography).

You can do differently by using the liststyle option, see section 3.6 in the manual.

\documentclass[
  structure=collection,
  liststyle=indented,
]{suftesi}

\begin{document}    

Just enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line.
enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line
\begin{enumerate}
  \item[A] An item
  \item[B] An item
  \item[C] An item 
\end{enumerate}
Just enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line.
enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line
\begin{enumerate}
  \item An item
  \item An item
  \item An item 
\end{enumerate}
Just enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line.
enough text to make the line break so we get to see a second line

\end{document}

enter image description here

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  • thank you - I did read the manual, but then did not make the connection to liststyle. – user855443 Apr 19 '18 at 9:39

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