The things I learned. Stories, meetings and experiences that have taught me to live
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The ever-lively debate on "Italian Mali" is generally addressed by a political and ideological point of view, or with a specialist and technical cut: politicians, public figures and entrepreneurs accuse each other of specific errors and faults while scholars, historians and politics They try to explain the reasons for the problems of Italy through complex analysis, generally with poor results. In the end, for the citizen, the uncertainty reigns sovereign. Gianni Riotta invites us to a brief meditation on Belpaese diseases: is it the fault of geography, history or economy? Of politics, culture or religion? Or maybe of the third millennium and globalization? Or, instead, of all of us? This illuminating pamphlet explains that there is not a unique fault of our problems and offers us an ironic and rich reflection of anecdotes to reveal that we are not condemned to decline but we are not even special. It is especially understood that it does not matter so much to know who is the fault of Italian troubles: it counts having clear ideas about what can be puzzled out.