Jonathan Dunnage "Twentieth Century Italy: A Social History"
Longman | 2003-06-19 | ISBN: 0582292786 | 288 pages | PDF | 1,3 MB
Putting the politics back into social history, this important new account presents Italian society and its development during the twentieth century against a background of struggle for full democracy and national consciousness. B Taking a chronological approach the book considers such key questions as the north/south divide, the limited social and political emancipation of the masses, the development of organized crime, often in league with organs of the state, the narrowness of the political class, the centralized bureaucracy of administration and law and what this has meant for real life in the provinces. The author also looks at the surprising continuities of Italian life throughout the liberal, fascist and postwar periods and the economic boom in Italy (or parts of it) which seems to belie the country's notorious combination of political instability with political stasis. Fot readers interested in Italy.
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