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GIOVANNI GRONCHI E LA DEMOCRAZIA AZIENDALE
Vol. 58, No. 1/2 (165) (Gennaio-Giugno 1993), pp. 213-227
Published by: Rubbettino Editore
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43101394
Page Count: 15
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The a. analyzes Giovanni Gronchi's personality with reference to the historical evolution, in the Italian experience, of the problem of the « democracy » in the firm. Two moments are in particular examined, just with reference to the role played by Gronchi: the first post-world period when, as Secretary general of the Catholic trade unions, he submitted a very much radical project concerning workers' participation in the profits, in the management and in the ownership of the firms; and successively the second post-war period when, during the works of the Constituent Assembly, Gronchi played a decisive role in the drawing up of the article 46, which attenuates in a relevant measure the « participation » tendencies at that time present in some sectors of the Italian political world.
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