publication . Book . 2008

Piero Gobetti and the Politics of Liberal Revolution

Martin, James;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Dec 2008
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Piero Gobetti was an astonishing figure. A radical liberal and fierce critic of Italian politics in the years after World War I, he was fascinated by the workers' struggles in his native Turin and by Gramsci's vision of a factory-based democracy. Gobetti proposed liberalism as an emancipatory theory grounded in social conflicts. "Revolutionary liberalism," as he called it, guided his opposition to Fascism and, following his untimely death at twenty-five, inspired key figures in the Italian Resistance. Accessible but critical, this volume is the first English-language study of Gobetti's political ideas and offers a balanced assessment of his enduring significance...
free text keywords: L210, V220
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