State Control in Fascist Italy: Culture and Conformity, 1925-43

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Manchester University Press, 1991 - Fascism - 174 pages
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Introductory textbook covers summarizing and describing data, statistical hypothesis testing, correlation and regression. Traces the transition of Italian fascism from using violent coercion to largely non-violent social control through legislation and propaganda, as means of acquiring and maintaining power. Thompson (Italian history and literature, U. of Hull, England) examines the state institutions, the manipulation of word and image, and the growth of the opposition that eventually overthrew the regime. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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