This new study of the government of Italy is divided into three parts: Italian society, Italian civil society-the organizations commonly called 'private'-and the Italian state. Part I outlines the historical, economic, social, and cultural background of postwar Italy and the movement of men and ideas as the basis of social change. Parts II and III treat in detail the structures and mode of operation of the major institutional components of civil society and the state.
|Title:||Italy--Republic Without Government?||Publisher:||W. W. Norton & Company|
|Author:||P A Allum|
|No. of Pages:||267|
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