Why was Italy Politically Unstable in the late 19th Century?

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Why was Italy Politically Unstable in the late 19t

  • By 1912, only 2 million had the right to vote
  • A large unsuccessful coalition, Transformismo, had been set up
  • There was no Prime Minister who had a lengthy stay in parliament enough to make impact
  • There was much disagreement on what was best for the country
  • There was a large north south divide. North = industrial South = agricultural
  • They were not as developed as many other European countries
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