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Unformatted text preview: HUI 239 11/5/09 Lecture • Catholicism is very important in Italian society, especially in the way that men and women act. • sleep • During the Welfare State, the government used a lot of money in the South to make service-based jobs. They didn’t spend money trying to industrialize the South. • In the 60s, IRI created the biggest steel mill in Europe. However, the government did not create satellite industries that could use that steel mill, so it was poor state planning. • When the North started channeling money to the South through welfare programs, they created a dependence of the South to the North. This dependence was not good or healthy, and the DC , which for years was originally based in the South, did not serve its people well. • Farmers from the south immigrated to North America (agrarian to urban society). They created organizations (mutual aid societies) to help other Southern Italians find jobs and get accustomed to American life. This showed that Southern Italians, going against what Robert Putnam said, have a taste American life....
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