Lo specchio di Turner. Sezionalismo e regionalismo tra le due sponde dell'Atlantico

Cristina Bon, Silvio Cotellessa, 27309, DI SCIENZE POLITICHE E SOCIALI FACOLTA', MILANO - Dipartimento di Scienze politiche

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Abstract

During its development, the process of European Integration has certainly shown both the formation of coalitions and the creation of cleavages between the governments of the member states. Nevertheless, a rigorous study of the continuous redefinition of these internal divisions has not been yet attempted, especially in comparative perspective. Indeed, by comparing the European path toward a form of economic and political union to the history of the United States it is possible to drive some interesting element of analysis. In fact, still at the beginning of the Twentieth Century, the United States has been resembled to a “Union of potential nation” and the very geographical morphology has been paralleled to that of the European Continent. Moreover, during its history, the US federal system has constantly faced a great number of challenges due to the clash between political interests deeply rooted in regional cleavages. Starting from the reflection of the most important scholar of American sectionalism, Frederick Jackson Turner, this essay aims at laying the foundations for a new perspective in the study of the European political and institutional development. An approach which should pay more attention to the regional developments of the European political divisions.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Turner's mirror. Sectionalism and regionalism between the two sides of the Atlantic
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)87-113
Numero di pagine27
RivistaStoria del Pensiero Politico
Volume3
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2014

Keywords

  • EUROPA
  • EUROPE
  • SECTIONALISM
  • SEZIONALISMO
  • STATI UNITI
  • UNITED STATES

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