/153/ Repubblica di Bunga ft. David Broder


On the country of the future.

Italy has stagnated for 30 years, becoming a neoliberal gerontocracy with crumbling infrastructure (sound familiar?). Worse, it’s a country without a Left. How did the populist right come to triumph? What is the relationship between high emigration and hostility to immigration? And how were the seeds sown 30 years ago with the collapse of the First Republic, Europeanisation, and Berlusconi’s rise? Is there now a possibility of ‘Italexit’?

First They Took Rome: How the Populist Right Conquered Italy, David Broder, Verso

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