In life Aldo Moro was frequently portrayed as an enigma, most famously by journalist Indro Montanelli in his remark that the only clear thing about Moro was small shock of white hair above his forehead. Moro cultivated a rather un-Italian sense of self-sufficiency � presenting himself almost as a 'man out of nowhere', in his daughter's phrase. Studies of aspects of his thought have mostly been produced for commemorative occasions and are therefore inevitably pious rather than probing. In the...[Show more]
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