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Domenico provides a good overview of political, economic, social, and religious Italian developments, supplemented by a useful annotated bibliography. Remaking Italy in the Twentieth Century. Mediterranean Quarterly A balanced and concise history of modern Italy from the Liberal Age to the present. You are not currently authenticated. This began with small though important measures brought to the fore by Domenico.

Such matters have influenced what a country should look like and have accentuated the differences between wealthier European Italy in the north and poorer Mediterranean Italy in the south. Miller, Georgetown University Domenico's concise new book on modern Italy is written in a crisp, clean style. Italy is as diverse and divided a country as any, and defining exactly what Italy is poses a serious challenge to historians. The Liberals, the primary architects of Italian unification, attempted to bring a politically, economically, socially, and culturally disparate entity into being. This volume consists of five well-written and fast-paced chapters, beginning with the revolutionary struggles, which beset Italy prior to and immediately after unification.

Milan and Turin are nearer to Zurich and Paris than they are to Sicily. Domenico paints a lively portrait of Italy and the Italians as they try to define themselves in a most tumultuous century. It is one of the very few that treats Liberal, Fascist, and post-war Italy, detailing the political, social, economic, and cultural life of each epoch. As the book's title suggests, Italy is a country that was made and remade several times during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. White, Mount Saint Mary's College Roy Domenico writes in a student-friendly style and packs an enormous amount of information and interpretation into this short volume.

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