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Italy : A Reference Guide from the Renaissance to the Present - Roland Sarti


A Reference Guide from the Renaissance to the Present

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Containing information in a variety of useful formats - including a concise narrative history, a chronology of important events, and an A-to-Z dictionary of key people, events, ideas, and places - Italy is a key reference to a country that is often studied in school and is of high interest to general readers as well. Major areas of coverage include Italy's special relationship with America, Italy's troubled political history, and the contributions made by Italian culture to the world.

History of Italyp. 1
Geography and population movementsp. 3
The Papacyp. 7
Renaissance states and societyp. 9
Secular culture in the Age of the Enlightenmentp. 15
The French Revolution and Napoleonp. 18
The Restorationp. 22
Anti-Restoration ideas and movementsp. 27
Movements of national independence and unityp. 30
The revolutions of 1848-1849p. 33
The decade of preparationp. 35
The years of decisionp. 37
The politics of the liberal statep. 41
The liberalism of Giovanni Giolittip. 46
The Great Warp. 49
The postwar crisis and the rise of Fascismp. 53
The seizure of powerp. 58
The Fascist regime in actionp. 61
Foreign policy and the road to warp. 64
War and the downfall of the Fascist regimep. 69
Postwar reconstructionp. 75
Christian democratic dominance and Centrist Party politicsp. 79
The opening to the Leftp. 82
Profile and politics of a changing worldp. 87
Historical dictionary A-Zp. 93
Rulers and statesmen of Italy, 1861 to the present
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ISBN: 9780816045228
ISBN-10: 0816045224
Series: European Nations
Audience: General
For Ages: 15 - 18 years old
For Grades: 10 - 12
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 720
Published: 1st September 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 19.05  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 0.62