A History of Contemporary Italy 1943-1980

A History of Contemporary Italy 1943-1980

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From a war-torn and poverty-stricken country, regional and predominantly rural, to its rebirth as one of the world's most economically powerful nations, from 1943 onwards Italy witnessed the most profoung transformation - economic, social and demographic - in its entire history.

This period also saw a succession of unstable governments and an overwhelming need for political reform - and the repeated failure to achive it. Ginsborg's authoritative work - the first to combine both social and political perspectives - is concerned with the tremendous acheivements of post-war Italy, but also with aspects of its history that are still problematic today.


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Author Ginsborg, Paul
Binding Paperback
No. of Pages 586
Publisher Penguin
Date of Publication 1990
ISBN 9780140124965

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