Synonyms for giovanni_malagodi or Related words with giovanni_malagodi

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Examples of "giovanni_malagodi"
inventoried and accessible Giovanni Malagodi funds
The Fondazione Luigi Einaudi onlus was created in Rome, Italy in 1962 on the initiative of Giovanni Malagodi, secretary of the Italian Liberal Party, and the party was for decades, despite their autonomy, useful cultural support.
But in 1954 the liberals once again changed leadership (Giovanni Malagodi) and the following year the left decided to leave the party for the second time. So, in late 1955 Carandini was among the founders of the Partito Radicale that existed as a small party until 1962. After that date he retired from active political life.
As a supporter of the of 1953, Cattani soon found himself at odds with the Liberal Party mainstream again, especially after 1954 when Giovanni Malagodi took over as Party General Secretary. This led to Cattani's final break with the party which he left at the end of 1955, along with others on the left-wing of the party, including Bruno Villabruna, to found the Radical Party.
In 1954 Villabruna became Minister of Industry and Trade in the Scelba government, and let the leadership of the Liberal Party to Giovanni Malagodi, with whom he came into serious quarrels few time later. In 1955 he left the PLI. Together with Carandini and Leone Cattani he was now among the founders of the Radical Party. From 1958 to 1960 he was Secretary General of this party, retiring definitely to private life after its dissolution in 1962.
Under Giovanni Malagodi (1954–1972) the party moved further to the right on economic issues. This caused in 1956 the exit of the party's left-wing, including Bruno Villabruna, Eugenio Scalfari and Marco Pannella, who founded the Radical Party. In particular, the PLI opposed the new centre-left coalition that included also the Italian Socialist Party and presented itself as the main conservative party in Italy.