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Forza Italia — neuer Wein in alten Schläuchen. Eine klassische,Catch-all-Partei’ mit einem neuen Modell politischer Legitimation

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Seit die Forza Italia vor genau zehn Jahren die politische Bühne Italiens betrat, gilt sie als ein außergewöhnliches und (gerade deshalb) sehr umstrittenes politisches Phänomen.

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