Insalata Mista

Nichols, Peter
June 1979
New Republic;6/23/79, Vol. 180 Issue 25, p11
Comments on the results of the national elections in Italy. Poor performance of women legislators in the elections; Emergence of nonconformity as a force in Italian politics; Success of the Radicals who increased their seats in the chamber; Performance of the Social Democrats and the Republicans and the Liberals in the national elections; Disappointment performance of the Christian Democrat; Challenge brought about by the election to the political finesse of the Christian Democrats; Creation of an alliance between a Catholic party and the Communists.


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