The Italian political crisis of 1993 1994 and the new political dynamics to which it gave rise, and which persist today, have strongly shaped both public debate and historiographical reflection on the Italian Republic. This article assesses the Impact of the political changes of the post-1994 period (and notably Berlusconi's entry into politics) on the debate over the so-called First Repuhlic, with regard to: Italian national identity in the post-Fascist period; the functioning of the political system, especially in relation to the role of the political parties; anti-Fascism and its internal divisions; communism and anti-communism.

Italien / Orsina, Giovanni. - (2009), pp. 155-197.

Italien

ORSINA, GIOVANNI
2009

Abstract

The Italian political crisis of 1993 1994 and the new political dynamics to which it gave rise, and which persist today, have strongly shaped both public debate and historiographical reflection on the Italian Republic. This article assesses the Impact of the political changes of the post-1994 period (and notably Berlusconi's entry into politics) on the debate over the so-called First Repuhlic, with regard to: Italian national identity in the post-Fascist period; the functioning of the political system, especially in relation to the role of the political parties; anti-Fascism and its internal divisions; communism and anti-communism.
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