Title: Libro bianco sull'aggressione
Photographer(s): Various photographers
Publisher(s): Mundus, Palermo, Italy
Size: 20 x 28,5 cm
Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: Italy,1970
A book tracing the beginnings of the early years of protest in Italy edited by the National Commission for Social Research.
Many understood that social discontent, if not addressed, would lead to further and more intentional clashes, and although books like this one tried to describe the Italian situation, the years to follow saw the rise of Red Brigades terrorism and massacres of innocents.
The last page of the book is devoted to this writing:
"This publication is dedicated: to citizens who desire respect for freedom and justice, to citizens who want Italy a free and democratic nation."