Local government and social movements in Bologna since 1945

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Traces the emergence of redistributive and participatory policy from 1946 through the 1980s. Main features include neighborhood councils and services like municipal pharmacies, and management with local economic development under a “Leninist Keynesian” strategy. The Bolognese communist party, having established leadership during the WW2 resistance period, forged a social democratic policy alliance with other parties, establishing a municipal version of what they saw as a model for European nations.

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Dissertation submitted in fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Simon Frank Parker of Magdalene College in the University of Cambridge.
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Magdalene College in the University of Cambridge
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1992-03
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University of Cambridge
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Bologna; Dozza; Fanti; Zhangeri; Simon Parker; Municipal Socialism
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