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Public Morality In Italy

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February 2, 2010 Cultural Musings, Culture & People No Comments

In a new article published in The Guardian, John Hooper offers an insight into the nation’s values by analysing how Italy is commemorating the 10th anniversary of the death of Bettino Craxi, the Italian prime minister for four years in the 1980s, who died in exile as a fugitive from justice.

He also critically questions the link between levels of corruption and prosperity. A good read.

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