Stefano Gallo

Albert Thomas’s Views on Fascism, Trade Unions and Democracy (1919-1932)

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Albert Thomas is one of the most important figures in understanding the overlap between European socialist culture and attempts to build an international political system after World War I. However, his benevolent public judgments on the Fascist government made a strong impression on public opinion at the time and remain a puzzle for historians today. The article attempts to provide elements of reflection for understanding the issue, primarily through an analysis of Thomas’s view of trade unions, modernization and democracy. For an Italy ravaged by the violence of fascism, corporatism and industrial productivity appear to be the fundamental axes for understanding Thomas’ political horizon


  • Albert Thomas’
  • s Views on Fascism
  • Trade Unions and Democracy (1919-1932)


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