Detailing the development of a new Western attitude about children and their place in society, this book tells the story of Italy?s forgotten children at the end of the nineteenth century - foundlings, street children, factory and mine workers, emigrants and delinquents - and illustrates the efforts of the recently unified Italian state to help them.

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