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Conclusion: a Subaltern Italy?

  • Michael Broers

Abstract

The French state and the peoples of Italy went their own ways in 1814, but the nature of the break is deceptively clean. The French legacy endures, but the widely accepted definition of that legacy is neither comprehensive enough, nor close enough to the realities of the problems of contemporary Italy, to stand unchallenged.

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Public Sphere Unitary State Political Culture Public Life Patrician Family 
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© Michael Broers 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Broers
    • 1
  1. 1.OxfordUK

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