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Silvio Berlusconi

Head of State (born 29-Sep-1936)


Grant Amyot; Luca Verzichelli (editors). Italian Politics: The End of the Berlusconi Era?. Berghahn Books. 2006. 278pp.

Geoff Andrews. Not a Normal Country: Italy After Berlusconi. Pluto Press. 2005. 202pp.

Martin J. Bull, Paolo Bellucci (editor). Italian Politics: The Return of Berlusconi. Berghahn Books. 2002. 310pp.

Jean Blondel; Paolo Segatti (editors). Italian Politics: The Second Berlusconi Government. Berghahn Books. 2003. 298pp.

Felice Froio. Il cavaliere incantatore: chi veramente Berlusconi. Edizioni Dedalo. 2003. 347pp. Language: Italian.

Paul Ginsborg. Silvio Berlusconi: Television, Power and Patrimony. London: Verso. 2004. 189pp.

Ferderico Kandor. The Italian Imbroglio: Extraordinary Political Rise of Silvio Berlusconi and the Threat to Western Democracy. HarperCollins. 1995. 293pp.

David Lane. Berlusconi's Shadow: Crime, Justice and the Pursuit of Power. London: Allan Lane. 2004. 336pp.

James Newell (editor). The Italian General Election of 2001: Berlusconi's Victory. Manchester University Press. 2002. 338pp.

Michael E. Shin; John A. Agnew. Berlusconi's Italy: Mapping Contemporary Italian Politics. Temple University Press. 2008. 169pp.

Alexander Stille. The Sack of Rome: How a Beautiful European Country with a Fabled History and a Storied Culture was Taken Over by a Man Named Silvio Berlusconi. Penguin Press. 2006. 384pp.


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  7. Les Brown's Encyclopedia of Television (p.57)

  8. The International Who's Who 2001 (p.143)

  9. Britannica Almanac 2006 (p.56)

  10. The Encyclopedia of Television (vol.1, pp.165-67)

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