Italian Unification - Notes on who the Real Father of the Italian Unification Was
Garibaldi, who was foolish and uncompromising to interact with Cavour and create a unified Italy, seemed to search for his own interests.
"Throughout his 1860 campaigns, Garibaldi refused to compromise with Cavour, determined that the southern half of the peninsula should be incorporated into a united Italy by his efforts alone." (Lee 83)
"Cavour welcomed him with courtesy and friendliness and hinted that he could rely on considerable official help. Cavour even authorized Garibaldi to pass on these hints to others. It seems that he is seriously thinking about the great political redemption of our peninsula. Garibaldi took his leave of the minister on very friendly terms and with these encouraging promises of help for the cause." (Pallavicino to Manin 233)
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