This chapter focuses on the individuals who sought the reunification of Italy during period of the Risorgimento (resurgence) in the nineteenth century—Giuseppe Mazzini and Giuseppe Garibaldi—and describes their struggle for nationhood and the legacy they left that influenced Italian politics. It also examines the role that the Roman Catholic Church played in the reunification of the Italian peninsula.
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