Dictionary of Modern Italian History

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Greenwood Press, 1985 - History - 496 pages
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Contents

WILS
22
Chapter 1
33
Chapter 2
77
PREFACE TO THE BOURGEOIS REVOLUTION
97
PART
115
Chapter 2
159
the White Terror and Quiberon
457
The Dictionary
459
Chronology of Ministries of Piedmont and Italy
469
Popes
475
THE FAILURE
477
THE
513
THE REVOLUTIONARY HERITAGE
609
Recommended Further Reading
615
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About the author (1985)

FRANK J. COPPA is Professor of History, Director of the Doctoral Program in Modern World History, and Chair of the Vatican Symposium at St. John's University. He has published over a dozen volumes on Papal and Italian History. Among his monographs are biographies of Giovanni Giolitti, Pope Pius IX, Camillo di Cavour and Cardinal Ciacomo Antonelli.

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