A History of Italy, 1700-1860: The Social Constraints of Political Change
Italian society has, over the centuries, offered a microcosm of western European society in its cultural, political and economic experiences. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Italy's social structure and the changes wrought within it had major implications for the political development within the Italian states, and Professor Woolf studies this interaction within the context within western Europe.--Cover.
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The REEMERGENCE OF ITALY 170060
The social physiognomy of the Italian states
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