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Marco Minghetti (1818–1886)

Minghetti, Marco (min-get’tē). An Italian statesman, journalist, and miscellaneous writer; born at Bologna, Nov. 8, 1818; died at Rome, Dec. 10, 1886. A conspicuous political figure in his day, he occupied for a number of years the highest positions, and was very influential in the government. He wrote: ‘Relation of Public Economy to Morality and Right’ (2d ed. 1868), his most remarkable work; ‘Literary and Economic Pamphlets’ (1872); ‘Italian Ladies in the Fine Arts’ (1877); ‘Church and State’ (1878); ‘Raphael’ (1885), a biography; ‘My Recollections’ (1888–91); ‘Parliamentary Speeches.’