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Bosworth, Richard (or R.), Mussolini, London, Arnold, 2002.
Baily, Samuel L. e Míguez, Eduardo José (eds.), Mass Migration to Modern Latin America, Wilmington (DE), Resources Scholarly, 2003.
Articles in books:
Mantelli, Brunello (or B.), «Gli emigranti italiani in Francia tra Roma, Berlino e Vichy (1940-1944)» in Perona G. (ed.), Gli italiani in Francia, 1938-1946, Milano, Franco Angeli, 1994, pp. 367-97.
Articles in journals:
Nazzaro, Pellegrino (or P.), «Italy from the American Immigration Quota Act of 1921 to Mussolini’s Policy of Grossraum: 1921-1924», The Journal of European Economic History, III, 3, 1974, pp. 705-23.
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Italoamericana. Storia e letteratura degli italiani negli Stati Uniti 1776-1880,
Milano, Mondadori, 2001, pp. 844, € 41,32 ($ 40.00).