Considerations on Representative Government

John Stuart Mill

Chapter IV, Footnote #02
Italy not really an exception

Italy, which alone can be quoted as an exception, is only so in regard to the final stage of its transformation. The more difficult previous advance from the city isolation of Florence, Pisa, or Milan, to the provincial unity of Tuscany or Lombardy, took place in the usual manner.

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