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Always attentive to the great diversity among women and careful to distinguish fascist rhetoric from the practices that really shaped daily existence, the author moves with ease from the public discourse about femininity to the images of women in propaganda and commercial culture. She analyzes fascist attempts to organize women and the ways in which Mussolini's intentions were received by women as social actors. The first study of women's experience under Italian fascism, this is also a history of the making of contemporary Italian society.
|1||The Nationalization of Women||1|
|2||The Legacy of Liberalism||18|
|4||The Family Versus the State||77|
|8||Women's Politics in a New Key||234|
|9||There Will Come a Day||272|