Gramsci and the Italian State
Manchester University Press, 1993 - Business & Economics - 203 pages
Discusses the political life of Antonio Gramsci, the founder of the Italian Communist Party. Including a biographical outline, this book covers the influences on his political thought, his fight against fascism and his eventual inprisonment. The book also includes his prison notebooks.
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