Giuseppe Mazzini

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Noun1.Giuseppe Mazzini - Italian nationalist whose writings spurred the movement for a unified and independent Italy (1805-1872)Giuseppe Mazzini - Italian nationalist whose writings spurred the movement for a unified and independent Italy (1805-1872)
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He notes that Napoleon Bonaparte was Bhutto's all-time favourite hero and, in an insightful chapter, the author analyses Bonaparte and Bhutto's other heroes such as Mao Zedong, Giuseppe Garibaldi, Giuseppe Mazzini, Count di Cavour, Chou En Lai, Jean Jacque Rousseau, Joseph Stalin, Alexander, Hannibal and Genghis Khan, examining how, like his heroes, Bhutto craved conquest and absolute power and demanded docility from everyone around him, brooking no criticism or disobedience.
Or as 19th-century politician and writer Giuseppe Mazzini put it, "La Famiglia e la Patria del cure" - the family is the homeland of the heart.
1849 - Rome is proclaimed a republic under Giuseppe Mazzini.
Later he became friends with Giuseppe Mazzini and Giuseppe Garibaldi, revolutionaries who campaigned and fought for an independ-ent and unified Italy.
Over the years, he said, their contents have attracted director Luchino Visconti; actor Marcello Mastroianni; poet Giovanni Pascoli; Giuseppe Mazzini, a leading activist for the unification of Italy; countless royals and Lucca's most famous local son, composer Giacomo Puccini.
Giuseppe Mazzini, for instance, was buried in a rock-cut tomb in a hillside in Staglieno, behind severe Greek Doric columns.
His prison library included Treitsche, Herbert Spencer, and Giuseppe Mazzini, all calling for aggressive self-assertion.
As a history, especially one organized around the colorful characters that Walton describes with such relish, like Andrea Doria, Khizr Barbarossa, Enrico D'Albertis, Giuseppe Mazzini, and Don Andrea Gallo, the book would have been much more successful.
Somewhat later in the chapter he examines self-determination without state sovereignty, focusing on the political projects of Giuseppe Mazzini and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.
GIUSEPPE MAZZINI, considered one of the important political agitators of the past century, in his most famous work, The Duties of Man, writes: Education is the great word that sums up our whole doctrine.