South and North

As Italy was “made” in 1860, the South paid very high costs in unifying the country. The trouble is that Italians continue with unscrupulous determination to carry on this historical flaw around because the North, with its cultural, political and economic power, has no intention of truly unifying the country which therefore remains dual in terms of material and immaterial infrastructures.

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