GIOVANNI LANZA




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    Giovanni Lanza


    Giovanni Lanza
    Giovanni Lanza iii.jpg
    8th
    Prime Minister of Italy
    In office
    December 14, 1869 – July 10, 1873
    Monarch Victor Emmanuel II
    Preceded by Federico Luigi, Conte Menabrea
    Succeeded by Marco Minghetti
    Personal details
    Born (1810-02-15)February 15, 1810
    Casale Monferrato, Piedmont
    Died March 9, 1882(1882-03-09) (aged 72)
    Rome
    Political party Liberal (Historical Right)
    Signature

    Domenico Giovanni Giuseppe Maria Lanza (February 15, 1810 – March 9, 1882) was an Italian politician and the tenth Prime Minister from 1869 to 1873.

    Lanza was born in the Piedmontese city of Casale Monferrato. He studied medicine at Turin, capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia, then returned to Casale where he divided his energies between practising medicine and developing his 33 hectare estate in nearby Roncaglia. He studied and wrote on agriculture developments in both the practical and social aspects. Lanza was among the first in Monferrato to introduce modern equipment (iron ploughs, seed drills, etc.), and also involved himself in the agricultural education of poor children, hoping to achieve at once “the betterment of our agriculture and the moral and intellectual betterment of our agricultural workers.”[1]

    He was also an active member of the Associazione Agraria Subalpina of Turin and became its secretary. The association was concerned for reform in the political and economic spheres, as well as in that of agriculture, and its identification with the cause of liberal nationalism—with the Risorgimento—was underlined at the September 1847 agrarian congress in Casale, when Lanza raised the cry of “Viva l’Italia libera ed indipendente!” Later he commented on that event: “I did not join the association purely to improve the cultivation of cabbages.”[2][3]

    He took an active part in the rising of 1848 and was elected to the Piedmontese parliament in that year. He attached himself to the party of Cavour and devoted his attention chiefly to questions of economy and finance. He became minister of public instruction in 1855 in the cabinet of Cavour, and in 1858 minister of finance.

    He followed Cavour into his temporary retirement in July 1859 after the peace of Villafranca, and for a year (1860–1861) was president of the Chamber. He was minister of the interior (1864–1865) in the La Marmora cabinet, and arranged the transference of the capital to Florence. He maintained a resolute opposition to the financial policy of Menabrea, who resigned when Lanza was a second time elected, in 1869, president of the Chamber.

    Lanza formed a new cabinet in which he was himself minister of the interior. With Quintino Sella as minister of finance he sought to reorganize Italian finance, and resigned office when Sella's projects were rejected in 1873. His cabinet had seen the accomplishment of Italian unity and the installation of an Italian government in Rome after the defeat of the Papal States in late 1870.


    Giovanni Lanza Notes


    1. ^ Crosio, Roberto, ed. (2003–2005), "Il ruolo storico dell'Associazione Agraria Subalpina ed i rapporti di Cavour al suo interno", Le vocazioni ambientali del Vercellese e l'opera di Camillo Cavour, archived from the original on 2008-02-20, retrieved 2008-06-24  .
    2. ^ Coaloa, Roberto (2008-05-28), "Lanza e "Viva l'Italia" al Congresso agrario", Il Monferrato (Editrice Monferrato S.r.l.), retrieved 2008-06-24 
    3. ^ "Il fondatore: Vincenzo Luparia". Istituto tecnico agrario V.Luparia. Retrieved 2008-06-27. 

    Giovanni Lanza References


    Public Domain This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainChisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press  That article cites Enrico Tavallini, La Vita ed i tempi di Giovanni Lanza (2 vols., Turin and Naples, 1887).

    Preceded by
    Urbano Rattazzi
    President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies
    1860
    Succeeded by
    Urbano Rattazzi
    Preceded by
    Ubaldino Peruzzi
    Italian Minister of the Interior
    1864–1865
    Succeeded by
    Giuseppe Natoli
    Preceded by
    Adriano Mari
    President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies
    1867-1868
    Succeeded by
    Adriano Mari
    Preceded by
    Adriano Mari
    President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies
    1869
    Succeeded by
    Giuseppe Branchieri
    Preceded by
    Federico Luigi, Conte Menabrea
    Prime Minister of Italy
    1869–1873
    Succeeded by
    Marco Minghetti
    Preceded by
    Antonio Starabba, Marchese di Rudinì
    Italian Minister of the Interior
    1869–1873
    Succeeded by
    Gerolamo Cantelli


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