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Published: 03.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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By 1900 the process of unification in Italy, the Risorgimento, had largely been completed territorially, but not in any other respect. The vast majority of the population still felt no real attachment to Italy at all, as a result of "Italy's continuing weakness as a cultural, industrial, military, and colonial power compared to older European states"(Essays in 20th Century World History).
This resulted in a deepening national inferiority complex and led to various projects for the renewal of nationalism, both from the extreme left and the extreme right. On the left the principal groups were the Marxists, Anarchists and Syndicalists* whilst on the right, the Italian Nationalist Association, the Futurists, D'Annunzio and the Florentine avant-garde were most active. Despite their efforts, the parliamentary system remained stable, mainly because Giovanni Giolitti, the prime minister, cleverly manipulated the interest groups at the heart of government to transform them into a workable majority. This strategy was known as "trasformismo". It was only following the First World War that it became increasingly possible for these small interest groups to gain influence.

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