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  1. how many regions is Italy divided into?
    20
  2. which of the 5 regions are in special statute?
    • -Sicily
    • -Sardenga
    • -Valle d'osta
    • -Trentino Alto Adige
    • -Friuli Venezia Giulia
  3. what are the ways italy is divided up ?
    • - north v. south
    • - continental, penninsular, insular
    • - north v. central v. south
    • - NW, NE, center, south, islands (5 ways)
    • - tre italie, arnaldo bagnasco, NW, NE-center, south (1977)
  4. Risorgimento
    • - goal: to reunite italy under one flag & one govt
    • - process from 1789 - 1861
    • - every city has their own date for their own risorgimento
  5. 1861
    unification of italy
  6. Giueseppe Mazzini
    - the philosopher, wants a republic
  7. Camillo Cavour
    - 1849 cavour becomes the first prime minister, Turin becomes national capital
  8. Giueseppe Garabaldi
    • - army general, created his own jeans uniform
    • - Rome becomes the capital under him in 1871
  9. Vittorio Emanuale II
    • - 1861/1878: becomes the 1st king of Italy
    • - wanted a King within the republic
  10. 1861 - 1876: Government of the historic RIGHT
    • - extremely limited suffrage
    • - piedmontese and tuscan prime ministers exclude south and focus on landowning classes in the north
    • - minghetti prime minister
    • - south was loyal to the current King in power
  11. 1876 - 1887: govt of NEW LEFT
    • - represent ideas of southern landowners and professionals
    • - Agostino Depretis
    • -transformismo: politics were private matters discussed within Parliament
    • - parliament is made up of professional politicans (lawyers) instead of wealthy elite and military heroes
  12. Trasformismo
    • - each law required separate negotiations to achieve a majority
    • - the majority in Parliament is gained on the basis of private agreements with individual deputies or groups of deputies
  13. 1887-1896: Crispi
    • - emphasis on militarism & authoritarianism
    • -PSI, socialist party founded
  14. 1901-1914: Age of Giolitti
    • - development of industrial triangle (turin, milan, genoa)
    • - FIAT founded, italian economy starts to take off
    • - many southerners emigrate
    • - libya becomes a colony
    • - beginning of WWI
  15. 1921 & 1922
    • - PCI (national communist party) and Fascist party are formed
    • - Moussolini gains power and becomes prime minister, no more liberal italy
    • - he was a gift from God, had support from the Pope
    • - children are raised as facists
    • - moussolini invades ethiopia and declares an empire
  16. WWII
    • - Hitler asks for Italy's help to invade Russia
    • - plan fails and ARMIR in russia causes many italian casualties
    • - 1943: Moussolini is removed from power
    • - civil war breaks out
  17. POST WWII
    • - moussolini is executed by italian partisans (rebel soldiers)
    • - women gain right to vote
    • - 1946- Italy becomes a republic
  18. 1960's
    economic miracle
  19. 1970's
    • - communism
    • - black v. red terrorism, strategy of tension
  20. Tangentopoli
    • - corruption scandal
    • - bribesville
    • - collapse of DC at general elections
  21. Forza Italia
    • - 1994, created by Berlusconi, a post-fascist party
    • - he wins in 1994
  22. 1999
    italy joins the EU, has to pay a euro tax
  23. 2001-2006
    Berlusconi becomes prime minister
  24. legge porcata
    • - bullshit law, the party that wins, get the majority of the seats in parliament
    • - parliament of nominated people
  25. What % of italians consider themselves catholic?
    • - 90 - 98%
    • - most of them only go to church on holidays and saints days
  26. Importance of Saints/the Madonna
    • - everyone in Italy is named after a saint
    • - can be refused baptism unless you are named after a saint
    • - saints have a specific purpose/issue associated with them
  27. plurilingualism
    • - many languages in Italy
    • - no need for a unified language until 1861
    • - written v. spoken Italian
  28. Sprezzatura
    • - even if you are struggling, you have to pretend everything is okay, eventually you will feel fine and believe it
    • - looking as if you are not affected by the things around you

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