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Agricultural Organization, Migration and Labour Militancy in Rural Italy

Agricultural Organization, Migration and Labour Militancy in Rural Italy The writer is a member of the United Nations, but does not represent the United Nations’ views n n here. This paper is drawn largely from the writer’s studies i Italy i I 953 and I 954 under scholarships from the Australian National University and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. H. Jerome, Migration and Business Cycles (New York, 1926), pp. 197-98. J. S. M A C D O N A L D Table I, Migration, Income Level, Income Distribution and Political Orientation. Ten Administrative Regions and Two Economic Areas Total Trans- Net out-migration Mortara’s Av. in- Rural Social- Rural emigra- oceanic 1900-10 1882-1901 prosperi- come property ist vote socialist vote iy indices per capita concen- 1913 tion emigra1g00-02 1928 tration 1911-13 tion ‘919 & 1910-I2 . index 1902-13 1921 (4 (b) (4 (4 (f) (9) (h) (a) (4 Regions Emilia-Romagna (Centre) Tuscany (Centre) Umbria (Centre) Marches (Centre) Abruzzi-Molise (Deep South) Apulia Basilicata (Deep South) Calabria (Deep South) Sicily Sardinia high 82 I01 81 ‘04 46 52 32 47 39 37 53 4’ low low I1 go 6.8 7’9 “4 .yo 3’2 2-7 I21 I 88 high 316 high high I3 3’7 low low 3’3 low 5 Areas http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Economic History Review Wiley

Agricultural Organization, Migration and Labour Militancy in Rural Italy

Economic History Review , Volume 16 (1) – Aug 1, 1963

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Wiley
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Copyright © 1963 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0013-0117
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1468-0289
DOI
10.1111/j.1468-0289.1963.tb01717.x
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Abstract

The writer is a member of the United Nations, but does not represent the United Nations’ views n n here. This paper is drawn largely from the writer’s studies i Italy i I 953 and I 954 under scholarships from the Australian National University and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. H. Jerome, Migration and Business Cycles (New York, 1926), pp. 197-98. J. S. M A C D O N A L D Table I, Migration, Income Level, Income Distribution and Political Orientation. Ten Administrative Regions and Two Economic Areas Total Trans- Net out-migration Mortara’s Av. in- Rural Social- Rural emigra- oceanic 1900-10 1882-1901 prosperi- come property ist vote socialist vote iy indices per capita concen- 1913 tion emigra1g00-02 1928 tration 1911-13 tion ‘919 & 1910-I2 . index 1902-13 1921 (4 (b) (4 (4 (f) (9) (h) (a) (4 Regions Emilia-Romagna (Centre) Tuscany (Centre) Umbria (Centre) Marches (Centre) Abruzzi-Molise (Deep South) Apulia Basilicata (Deep South) Calabria (Deep South) Sicily Sardinia high 82 I01 81 ‘04 46 52 32 47 39 37 53 4’ low low I1 go 6.8 7’9 “4 .yo 3’2 2-7 I21 I 88 high 316 high high I3 3’7 low low 3’3 low 5 Areas

Journal

Economic History ReviewWiley

Published: Aug 1, 1963

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