English | 2022 | ISBN: 1032270462 | 522 pages | True PDF | 89.08 MB
First Published in 1979, A History of Italy 1700-1860 provides a comprehensive overview of Italy's political history from 1700-1860. Divided in five parts it deals with themes like the re-emergence of Italy; Italy as the 'pawn' of European diplomacy; social physiognomy of the Italian states; problems of the government; enlightenment and despotism (1760-90); the offensive against the Church; revolution and moderation (1789-1814); revolution and the break with the past; rationalization and social conservatism; the search for independence (1815-47); legitimacy and conspiracy; alternative paths towards a new Italy; and the cost of independence (1848-61). It fills a major gap and presents a thoughtful and well-integrated political narrative of this complex period in Italy's development. This book is an essential read for students and scholars of Italian history and European history.
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