Ester Lombardo: a monarchist in the republican Italy political life

Author/s Caterina Breda
Publishing Year 2019 Issue 2018/79
Language Italian Pages 23 P. 119-141 File size 153 KB
DOI 10.3280/SPC2018-079006
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The Decree no. 74 of March 10th, 1946 let the women to be elected, as well as to vote. 1946 became for some Italian women the time to actively participate the political life. The journalist Ester Lombardo was one of the 226 women who run to be elected. The essay starts with these facts and it is divided in five paragraphs. After a brief introduction, the first paragraph describes the 1946 election campaign and shows the political commitment of Ester Lombardo inside the "Fronte dell’uomo qualunque" party. The second paragraph traces the crisis, in 1947, of the "Fronte dell’uomo qualunque" until Ester Lombardo was expelled among other people. The third paragraph analyzes the journalist’s militancy in the National Monarchist Party, in which she held various offices after her expulsion from the "Fronte". The fourth paragraph covers the election campaign of Ester Lombardo and the National Monarchist Party until the elections. The fifth paragraph introduces the pamphlet "Garibaldi Chose the Monarchy" by Ester Lombardo.

Caterina Breda, Ester Lombardo: una monarchica nella vita politica dell’Italia repubblicana in "STORIA E PROBLEMI CONTEMPORANEI" 79/2018, pp 119-141, DOI: 10.3280/SPC2018-079006