Corrispondenza americana (1940-1944).
1998, cm 17 x 24, lxxx-344 pp.
- About this book
The 'American' part is the most conspicuous of the correspondence between Luigi Sturzo and Mario Einaudi during 1920 and 1950, particularly dense and significant from an historical-political and scientific point of view during 'the exile within the exile' in Jacksonville of the founder of PPI. This correspondence allows us an original and innovative glimpse into the world of liberal Catholicism and anti-Fascist emigration in the difficult American environment; new details emerge on Sturzo’s position regarding delicate political affairs, such as the behaviour to be adopted in relation to Badoglio’s government and the monarchy.