The Sack of Rome

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

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A profile of modern Italy as reflected by the leadership decisions of Silvio Berlusconi traces the president's career and influence, contending that his wealth, power, and ties to corruption have resulted in a dangerous new form of political populism and victimized everyday citizens. 35,000 first printing.

Baker
& Taylor

A profile of modern Italy as reflected in the leadership of Silvio Berlusconi traces the president's career and influence, contending that his wealth, power, and ties to corruption have resulted in a dangerous new form of political populism.

Publisher: New York : Penguin Press, 2006
ISBN: 9781594200533
159420053X
Branch Call Number: 945.0929 STILL
Characteristics: xii, 384 pages ; 25 cm

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NFreaderNWPL Aug 02, 2017

Well-written narrative history, touching on many compelling topics: political conflicts of interest, populism, and mass media's role in democracy. The picture Stille paints of Italy pre-Berlusconi is also fascinating.

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