SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Roger Absalom. Italy Since 1800: A Nation in the Balance?. Longman. 1995. 325pp.
Tommaso Astarita. Between Salt Water and Holy Water: A History of Southern Italy. New York: W. W. Norton. 2005. 352pp.
George W. Baer. Test Case: Italy, Ethiopia, and the League of Nations. Hoover Press. 1976. 367pp.
Remo Bodei. Translated by Jeremy Parzen; Aaron Thomas. We, the Divided: Ethos, Politics and Culture in Post-War Italy, 1943-2006. Agincourt Press. 2006. 183pp.
R. J. B. Bosworth. Italy, the Least of the Great Powers: Italian Foreign Policy Before the First World War. Cambridge University Press. 2005. 547pp.
H. James Burgwyn. Italian Foreign Policy in the Interwar Period, 1918-1940. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1997. 246pp.
Dino Carpanetto; Giuseppe Ricuperati. Italy in the Age of Reason, 1685-1789. Longman. 1987. 357pp.
Michael P. Carroll. Veiled Threats: The Logic of Popular Catholicism in Italy. JHU Press. 1996. 275pp.
Lynn M. Case. Franco-Italian Relations, 1860-1865: The Roman Question and the Convention of September. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1932. 351pp.
Spencer Di Scala. Renewing Italian Socialism: Nenni to Craxi. Oxford University Press. 1988. 336pp.
Spencer Di Scala. Italy: From Revolution to Republic, 1700 to the Present. Westview Press. 2004. 492pp.
Richard Drake. Byzantium for Rome: The Politics of Nostalgia in Umbertian Italy, 1878-1900. University of North Carolina Press. 1980. 308pp.
Christopher Duggan; Christopher Wagstaff (editors). Italy in the Cold War: Politics, Culture and Society, 1948-1958. Berg. 1995. 228pp.
Mario Einaudi; Maurice Byť; Ernesto Rossi. Nationalization in France and Italy. Cornell University Press. 1955. 260pp.
Franco Ferraresi. Threats to Democracy: The Radical Right in Italy After the War. Princeton University Press. 1996. 311pp.
Douglas J. Forsyth. The Crisis of Liberal Italy: Monetary and Financial Policy, 1914-1922. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 382pp.
John Gage. Life in Italy at the Time of the Medici. Batsford. 1968. 207pp.
Moshe Gat. Britain and Italy, 1943-1949: The Decline of British Influence. Sussex Academic Press. 1996. 230pp.
Muriel Grindrod. The Rebuilding of Italy: Politics and Economics, 1945-1955. Royal Institute of International Affairs. 1962. 269pp.
Stephen Gundle; Simon Parker (editors). The New Italian Republic: From the Fall of the Berlin Wall to Berlusconi. Routledge. 1996. 334pp.
Stephen Hellman. Italian Communism in Transition: The Rise and Fall of the Historic Compromise in Turin, 1975-1980. Oxford University Press. 1988. 274pp.
George H. Hildebrand. Growth and Structure in the Economy of Modern Italy. Harvard University Press. 1965. 475pp.
David I. Kertzer. Comrades and Christians: Religion and Political Struggle in Communist Italy. Cambridge University Press. 1980. 302pp.
Norman Kogan. A Political History of Postwar Italy. Praeger. 1966. 252pp.
James Edward Miller. The United States and Italy, 1940-1950: The Politics and Diplomacy of Stabilization. University of North Carolina Press. 1986. 356pp.
George F. Nafziger; Marco Gioannini. The Defense of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Northern Italy, 1813-1814. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 381pp.
Robert D. Putnam; with Robert Leonardi; Raffaella Y. Nanetti. Making Democracy Work: Civic Traditions in Modern Italy. Princeton University Press. 1993. 258pp.
Joseph A. Raffaele. Labor Leadership in Italy and Denmark. University of Wisconsin Press. 1962. 436pp.
Denis Mack Smith. Italy: A Modern History. University of Michigan Press. 1959. 508pp.
Denis Mack Smith. Italy and Its Monarchy. Yale University Press. 1989. 402pp.
Joan Barth Urban. Moscow and the Italian Communist Party: From Togliatti to Berlinguer. I. B. Tauris. 1986. 320pp.
Leonard Weinberg. The Transformation of Italian Communism. Transaction Publishers. 1995. 147pp.
Stuart Joseph Woolf. A History of Italy, 1700-1860: The Social Constraints of Political Change. Methuen. 1979. 519pp.
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