Sack of Rome

Sack of Rome

How A Beautiful European Country With A Fabled History and A Storied Culture Was Taken Over by A Man Named Silvio Berlusconi

Book - 2006
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Stille uses the incredible and appallingly entertaining story of Silvio Berlusconi's rise to power to paint a portrait of Italy today that's invaluable for anyone who wants to understand that country or put the United State's problems in perspective.
Publisher: New York, NY : Penguin Press : 2006
ISBN: 9781594200533
159420053X
Branch Call Number: 945 B455s
Characteristics: 384p

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NFreaderNWPL Aug 02, 2017

Well-written narrative history, touching on many compelling topics: political conflicts of interest, populism, and mass media's role in democracy. The picture Stille paints of Italy pre-Berlusconi is also fascinating.


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NFreaderNWPL Aug 02, 2017

Well-written narrative history, touching on many compelling topics: political conflicts of interest, populism, and mass media's role in democracy. The picture Stille paints of Italy pre-Berlusconi is also fascinating.

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