Fodor's Italy 2013 (Full-color Travel Guide) by Fodor's

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Fodor's Italy 2013 is the fundamental take-along better half. With 1000s of full-color pictures, this up-to-date variation highlights every little thing that viewers adore--from Italy's artwork and structure to excellent Tuscan hill cities to red-hot nightlife, or even more!
 
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But he has two other claims to fame: • He ‘converted’ many to the cause. Easily the most important of his recruits was Giuseppe Garibaldi, who involved himself in a proposed Mazzinian revolt in Genoa in 1831. The scheme failed but Garibaldi escaped before his trial and was sentenced to death in his absence. He recalled of Mazzini that ‘he alone was awake when all around were slumbering’. • Mazzini, whom many considered an impractical dreamer, became, in effect, President of Rome in 1849, and in this Coup A sudden and violent seizure of power.

These might include: • Poor leadership. But poor in what sense? Half-hearted, incompetent, or simply divided (see pages 29 and 41)? • Lack of mass support (see pages 38 and 41). • The power of Austria and of other states (see pages 37 and 41). • The attitude of the papacy (see pages 31 and 36). Each of these might form a paragraph or group of paragraphs. But in which order would you include them? It is best to focus on poor leadership first. After all, this is the issue specified in the question, so it is the one on which you should write most, and if you leave it to the end you might run out of time.

Only towards the end of French occupation was there unrest and dissatisfaction, with young men setting up anti-French secret societies. 50 | The Unification of Italy 1815–70 Abdication At this stage the 62-year-old Victor Emmanuel, tired of being pressured by revolutionary groups to grant political and social reforms and worried by reports of new army mutinies in Turin, decided to abdicate. He left for Nice, close to the western frontier of Piedmont, as revolution spread throughout his kingdom. His heir, and younger brother, Charles Felix, was away from Piedmont and so Charles Albert seized the initiative and set up a new government and granted a new constitution.

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