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Table of Contents
|Profile of the Nation||p. 1|
|Introduction: Italians||p. 13|
|Politics and Government|
|Political and Social Foundations||p. 31|
|Decisive Turning Points and Constitutional Transformation||p. 61|
|Dangers to the State||p. 85|
|U.S.-Italian Relations||p. 107|
|Economic and Social Transformation|
|The Economic Recovery||p. 131|
|Industrial Change and Social Transformation||p. 157|
|The Two Italies and the Southern Question||p. 181|
|Emigration, Migration, Immigration, and Social Transformation||p. 207|
|Democratizing the Education System: Reforming an Education System That was Only for an Elite||p. 235|
|Secularization of State and Society: The Catholic Church: The End of Its Hegemony Within Italian Society||p. 263|
|Family: Tradition and Change||p. 293|
|Women and Gender Relations||p. 319|
|Communications and Cultural Changes|
|Cultural Modernization: Changes and Conflicts||p. 347|
|Communications Revolution and Cultural Consumption||p. 373|
|A More Open Society||p. 403|
|Conclusion: A Country in Search of Equilibrium||p. 427|
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