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Title: To what extent was liberal Italy in crisis by 1896 and who or what was most to blame?

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Date: January 2, 2005
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This hit the Italian cereal market especially hard as it became cheaper to import grain from the vast prairies of the US than transport grain from southern Italy to the north. This caused a small crisis in the South as their profits were hit hard. This was not Crispi’s fault as you cannot accuse one man for the US’s massive increase of wheat produced...

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But it was what Crispi did to “solve” this problem which lowered Italy deeper into crisis and that is why he is most to blame for Italy’s plight in 1896. Crispi’s choice to listen to the landowners and increase the tariff on imports was an easy option. It was meant to give the economy a respite but its effects were disastrous...

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