"A brilliant, luminously eloquent study of the unique nature of Italian fascism's efforts to manage masculinity, homo- and heterosexual alike, but also much more than that. Breathtaking in the scope of its source materials and the acuity of its analyses, "The Enemy of the New Man" advances the history of Catholicism and the comparative history of fascism, and above all offers numerous insights into how post-liberal and totalitarian systems work through sexual politics."--Dagmar Herzog, author of "Sexuality in Europe: A Twentieth-Century History"Rezension:
"This translation of Lorenzo Benadusi's weighty study . . . is a welcome addition to the growing body of scholarship on dissident sexualities in Italy."--"The Historian"
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