Introduction The Setting: Liberal Italy, 1861-1915 Politics and Society in Liberal Italy, 1861-1915 Italy and the Wider World, 1861-96 The Challenge of Democracy Critics of Liberalism The Seedbed of Fascism Italy at War The Post-war Crisis The Making of a Fascist The Conquest of Power, 1919-25 Urban Fascism and Agrarian Fascism, 1919-21 The March on Rome The Road to Dictatorship, 1922-5 Mussolini's Dictatorship Duce, Party and State The Theory and Reality of the Corporate State Italy Under Fascism Fascist Economic Policies and Their Impact The Totalitarian Dream Diplomacy and Imperialism, 1922-36 The Decline and Fall of Fascism, 1936-45 Interpreting Italian Fascism Conclusion
Mussolini and Fascist Italy by Martin Blinkhorn (University of Lancaster, UK)
Martin Blinkhorn (University of Lancaster, UK)
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