Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe

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NOTES
1
From 82,719 tons in 1861 to 247,278 tons in 1900: see R. Romeo, Breve storia della grande industria in Italia, 1861–1960 (Milan, 1988), p. 332.
2
From 33,531 tons in 1861 to 479,896 tons in 1900: ibid., p. 332.
3
Ibid., p. 337.
4
Ibid., p. 346.
5
A. Gershenkron, Il problema storico dell'arretratezza economica (Turin, 1965), p. 75.
6
G. Prezzolini, 'Come fare l'espansionismo', Il Regno 30 (1904), 8.
7
Il Regno 14 (1904), 11–12.
8
See the articles 'Che cosa si deve fare nel Benadir', Il Regno 24 (1904), 13–14 and 'Ancora Benadir', Il Regno 25 (1904), 4.
9
G. Finazzo, L'Italia nel Benadir. L'azione di Vincenzo Filonardi, 1884–1896 (Rome, 1966).
10
See Il Regno 9 (1904), 11.
11
Il Regno 5 (1904), 12–13.
12
Ibid.
13
M. Fanno, L'espansione commerciale e coloniale degli Stati moderni (Turin, 1906), pp. 435–6.
14
R. Michels, L'imperialism italiano. Studio politico-demografico (Milan, 1914), pp. 92–3.
15
Commissariato generale dell'emigrazione, Annuario statistico della emigrazione italiana dal 1876 al 1925 con notizie sull'emigrazione negli anni 1869–1875 (Rome, 1926), pp. 6ff.
16
'Credete voi — si domandavano — che sarebbe la stessa cosa per il Mezzogiorno e per tutta l'Italia se quell'Africa fosse sotto dominio italiano invece che sotto dominio francese, credete voi che la Sicilia e il Mezzogiorno e l'Italia sarebbero nelle condizioni in cui sono.' See E. Corradini, Scritti et Discorsi 1901–1914 (Turin, 1980), p. 170.
17
Fanno, L'expansione commerciale, p. 436.
18
Gershenkron, Il problema storico, p. 75.
19
L. De Rosa, Storia del Banco di Roma (Rome, 1982), vol. I, pp. 256ff.
20
L. De Rosa, La rivoluzione industrial in Italia (Rome and Bari, 1981), p. 45.
21
Ibid.
22
F. Gaeta, Il nazionalism italiano (Bari and Rome, 1981), pp. 110ff.
23
Ibid., pp. 125–7.
24
Ibid., pp. 126–8.
25
Corradini, Scritti e Discoursi, p. 177.
26
Ibid., pp. 177–8.
27
Gaeta, Il nazionalism italiano, 135.
28
Ibid., pp. 133 and 139–40.
29
A. Rocco, La lotta nazionale della vigilia e durante la guerra (1913–1918) (preface by B. Mussolini, Milan, 1938), p. 19.
30
A. Rocco, 'Economia liberale, Economia socialista ed Economia nazionale', Rivista delle Società Commerciali, 30 April 1914, pp. 296–7.

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