Italian Reconstruction after World War II
ARMY WAR COLLEGE CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The paper traces the reconstruction and redevelopment of the Republic of Italy following its defect in World War II. The developmental model originated by Milton J. Esman for Fundamental Tasks Faced by Government in Developing Countries is used to show the bureaucractic, political and economic development of Italy in the post-war period. Emphasis is given to the economic recovery and the various free world plans that aided in these activities, with particular attention to the Marshall Plan.
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