Naples: Societa Editrice Partenopea, 1913.
Hardcover. Very Good- with no dust jacket. Item #9886
Tone, light cock, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; Italian language. Olivetti provided much of the theoretical foundation for Mussolini's fascism. "If Italy remained only marginally industrialized and the revolution of the twentieth century required complete industrialization, then the immediate task of revolutionaries was to act as the midwive of economic development. Then revolution could not appeal to prolectarians alone, but must address itself to all productive classes. That such an appeal could be undertaken was the real basis for the pervasive nationalism so evident among all classes of citizens on the peninsula." - Anthony James Gregor; Young Mussolini and the Intellectual Origins of Fascism; page 222. Indice: I. La crisi del Socialismo; II. Socialismo ed Anarchismo; III. Il Socialismo e la Chiesa; IV. Socialismo e libertà economica; V. Socialismo e riformismo; VI. Azione diretta e mediazione; VII. Il Sindacalismo. ; 226, 14ad pages.