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Italy in the Cold War: Politics, Culture and Society, 1948-1958 Hardcover – November 1, 1995

ISBN-13: 978-1859730386 ISBN-10: 1859730388 Edition: First Edition

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"an important addition to scholarship on Italian history, politics and social anthropology, as well as a contribution to our understanding of the Italian concept of regionalism from different perspectives. [...] From an anthropological point of view, this reader may represent a landmark for future case studies on the ways in which the ideologies of the autonomist movements are received and interpreted by the people involved." --Journal of Cambridge Anthropology

"an interesting book which will be appreciated by political scientists and political sociologists in search of longitudinal perspectives, and by all readers who believe in interdisciplinary work." --South European Society and Politics

About the Author

Christopher Duggan is a Reader in Italian History and Director of the Centre for the Advanced Study of Italian, at the University of Reading.

Christopher Wagstaff is a , Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies, at the University of Reading.

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