Un "cospiratore" federalista siciliano: Giuseppe Motta

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[automatically translated] The Sicilian Giuseppe Motta (1902-1984), although limited to the field of local history, the figure was not without interest when compared to the environmental climate in which he lived and his ideological struggle that led him, as Altiero Spinelli, from Marxism to federalism , much to hope for the establishment of a federalist party that was artificer European unification policy. In his works, written between 1934 and 1983, Motta steadfastly defended the federalist aggregation of European states in the belief that such a structure would have allowed Sicily to rank among the most economically developed regions.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLetture e riletture sulla Sicilia e sul Meridione
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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