Italy and U.S. South
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In this article, the writer discusses aspects of the north-south tensions evident in the project of Italian unification and in the dynamics of the Civil War in the U.S. The writer looks at how they diverged at the national level.
From the Paper:"The American Civil War brought into highly vivid relief the long-standing problem of sectionalism that had informed the development of the United States since the colonial period. What made all the difference was the intractable problem of slavery which the Constitution and various grand political compromises between northern and southern lawmakers failed to cure. Even the war did not cure the legacy of racial bias but the period of greatest crisis lasted for only five years. In Italy decades were devoted to attempting to shape the multiple ..."
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