12.1.11 - 12.1.2011 1. Problems the newly founded Italian...

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12.1.2011 1. Problems the newly founded Italian state had to face a. Separate development b. Strong local identity c. Differences between regions in c.i. Natural resources, fertility of the soil, structure of the land tenure, sophistication of techniques, presence or lack of infrastructure, capitalization, wages being paid d. Division between cities and countryside 60% of the population was rural e. Lash between church and state f. Lack of trust (on the part of the common people) f.i. In the rules elite about 8000 noble families still existed; the middle class consisted of medium-size land lawyers, entrepreneurs, professionals (lawyers, doctors, teachers), state employees, bureaucrats. Together they formed a very small portion of the overall population g. Slim electoral base 2. 1861-1876 a. Creation of administrative provinces b. Common legal system c. Common education system d. Abolition of feudal rights or seigniorial privileges and prerogatives d.i. The feudal system was still the framework governing land-holding in
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course ITAL 0081 taught by Professor Francescasavoia during the Fall '11 term at Pittsburgh.

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12.1.11 - 12.1.2011 1. Problems the newly founded Italian...

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