Grillo's main political problem is that he might never see an historic mobilisation, as Italians will surrender to a narrative of degradation as the way forward.
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In two superb essays published in the London Review of Books recently, Perry Anderson describes the politics of Italy’s Second Republic in the context of the consolidation of power by Silvio Berlusconi and the recent history of the Italian Left, respectively. These are worth reading by anyone interested in politics and contempory European history in general and to those on the Left in particular. To coincide with this I decided to dig through the archives of the Irish Socialist Network and put up two pamphlets on Italian political history that I worked on a while ago.
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