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Most notably, Hartmut Ullrich in his exhaustive study of the Italian political class from 1909 to the end of Giolitti's last ministry argued for the coherent strategy pursued by Giolitti from 1901 to 1911 that centered around an alliance between the liberal left and the Estrema. In Ullrich's view, Giolitti was at heart always a left liberal. However, to argue this point Ulrich has to devalue the central years of Giolittian politics from 1903 to 1909. 1 Even if we accept that Giolitti's overall strategy was to enclose the popular parties of the Estrema within the constitutional framework, what Page 24 did this mean in practice?
Arturo Labriola was a brilliant scholar and, though volatile, a man of great political acumen (in his long political career he supported the extreme socialist left, was labor minister in the Giolitti government, and after the Second World War became an "independent of the left" alongside the Italian Communist party). He wrote many texts analyzing Marxist theory but, as he himself said years later, despite all his efforts, in the end he was left with nothing. It is beyond the scope of this essay to follow Labriola's complex development through his many works: from Social Reform and Revolution to The Dictatorship of the Bourgeois; from The History of Capitalism to The Timeliness of Marx and The Manual of Political Economy.
Many Socialists who had left politics because they disagreed with the pro-PDS policy of Del Turco or who were disgusted by events leading to Tangentopoli have flocked to the new organization. The PSR elected as its provisional secretary Fabrizio Cicchitto, a former Socialist Senator, and as its president the former Socialist deputy Enrico Manca. A Secretariat charged with organizing the new party was also created and included among its members Antonio Landolfi, a former senator (and a contributor Page 5 to this book).
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