In the history of Republican Italy, reference to rightwing politics and parties, in opposition to those of the left, has only been made since 1994. Earlier use of the explicit distinction between the right and the left, seen as rival political forces, was limited to the years 1861-1876, the first 15 years of the Kingdom of Italy. The destra storica (historical right), incarnated by the moderate Liberal Party – expressing the aspirations and interests of what at the time was a relatively eclectic bourgeoisie – completed the unification of Italy, adopting the constitutional monarchy model.

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