Quando la democrazia italiana era “osservata speciale”: la Gran Bretagna e la questione comunista in Italia alla vigilia delle elezioni del 1976

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.13130/2612-6672/15426

Parole chiave:

Historic Compromise, United Kingdom and Italy, Italian Elections of 1976, Red scare, 1976, British Labour Party and the Italian Communist Party

Abstract

Defence were devoting a big deal of attention towards what was going on in Italy, and what the elections’ outlook might bring about. Among the many issues discussed in numerous reports concerning the Italian situation, assessments diverged about the repercussions of the Communists’ share of power on the Italian democratic system. Relying upon archival sources available at the National Archives in Kew (London), the essay explores the debate that took place and the dangers then envisaged for the Italian democracy.

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Daniela Vignati, Università degli Studi di Milano

Ricercatore confermato in Storia delle relazioni internazionali 

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2021-04-08

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