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The "Fascist Reclamation" of Textbooks from the Gentile Reform to the School Charter of Bottai.

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The A. retraces an articulated overview of the most recent historical studies in a field which has undergone the most intense and productive development in the last decade, such as the field of schoolbook publishing and textbooks, and more in general, of the history of schools in the unified Italy. On the basis of a rich archival documentation and the use of new historical sources, the A. throws light upon the twenty year fascist period in Italy, especially analysing in depth the diverse forms of control which were introduced by the fascist regime following the 1923 up until the Second World War. (Contains 101 footnotes.)

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Author:Sani, Roberto
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Report
Geographic Code:4EUIT
Date:Jan 1, 2008
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