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Structuring the State:
The Formation of Italy and Germany and the Puzzle of Federalism
Daniel Ziblatt

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Figures and Tables ix
Preface xi
CHAPTER ONE: Introduction: How Nation-States Are Made 1
CHAPTER TWO: The National Critical Juncture: An Overview of the Dynamics of Regionalism and National Unification 18
CHAPTER THREE: The National Moment in Germany: The Dynamics of Regionalism and National Unification, 1834-1871 32
CHAPTER FOUR: The National Moment in Italy: The Dynamics of Regionalism and National Unification, 1815-1860 57
CHAPTER FIVE: From Strong Regional Loyalties to a Unitary System: National Unification by Conquest and the Case of Italy 79
CHAPTER SIX: From Strong Regional Loyalties to a Federal System: National Unification by Negotiation and the Case of Germany 109
CHAPTER SEVEN: Conclusion: The Politics of Federalism and Institution Building in the Nineteenth Century and Beyond 141
APPENDIX A: Prenational German and Italian States, 1850s-1860s 153
APPENDIX B: Origins of Federalism Data on Seventeen Largest West European Nation-States 161
Notes 167
References 201
Index 217

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