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Publisher: Princeton University Press
Bobbio, Norberto, Cochrane, Lydia G.
Anyone interested in the entire sweep of political thought over the last hundred years will find in Norberto Bobbio's "Ideological Profile of Twentieth-Century Italy a masterful, thought-provoking guide. Home to the largest communist party in a democratic society, Italy has been a unique place politically, one where Christian democrats, liberals, fascists, socialists, communists, and others have co-existed in sizable numbers. In this book, Bobbio, who himself played an outstanding role in the development of Italian civic culture, follows each of the major ideologies, explaining how they developed, describing the key actors, and considering the legacies they left to political culture. He wrote "Ideological Profile in 1968 to explain from a personal perspective the history behind that decade's tumultuous politics. Bobbio's defense of democracy and critique of capitalism are among the themes that will particularly interest American readers of this updated edition, the first to appear in English.Beginning in the late nineteenth century with positivism and Marxism, Bobbio next presents the ideological currents that developed before theBobbio, Norberto is the author of 'Ideological Profile of Twentieth-Century Italy' with ISBN 9780691043524 and ISBN 0691043523.