Italian Politics: v. 3

Italian Politics: v. 3 : A Review

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This third volume of "Italian Politics" documents in detail current events and changes, places them in historical and theoretical context, and offers expert analysis by the contributing authors. It is intended that the work will provide the material necessary to identify some of the structural elements of the Italian political system, and will aid in developing an objective model to explain the enigma of Italian politics.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 250 pages
  • 152 x 229mm
  • Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • chronology, index
  • 0861877225
  • 9780861877225

Table of contents

Introduction, Robert Leonardi and Piergiorgio Corbetta; the role of the president - who governs?, Enzo Balboni; the judiciary and the Italian State, Guiseppe DiGederico; the COBAS - the fragmentation of trade union representation and conflict, Lorenzo Bordogna; the new immigrants, Raimondo Cagiano de Azevedo; the Venice summit, John Harper; the resurrection of the DC, Genevieve Bibes and Jean Besson; Bettino Craxi and the lay-Socialist area - third force or three forces?, Martin Rhodes; the 1987 elections and the PCI, Donald Sassoon; the Italian Navy in the Persian Gulf, Michael Harrison; the 1987 Referenda, PierVincenzo Uleri; the "Movimento Popolare", Luigi Accattoli.
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