Chapter 69: The Pragmatist

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The main industries of the Italian Area in this era were all concentrated in the northern regions. Due to political and geographical factors, it divided into the "Turin—Genoa" industrial zone and the "Milan—Venice" industrial zone.

Without a doubt, the Industrial Revolution in the Italian Area had just begun, and it was still dominated by traditional handicrafts, only that more mechanical tools had been added.

The capitalists of the Venice Area and those of the Kingdom of Sardinia both cooperated and competed. Many capitalists had industries in both places, and their relationships weren't so easy to clarify.

When the conditions proposed by Marshal Radetsky spread throughout the Venice Area, the capitalists responded one after another. As for whom they truly supported in their hearts, that was hard to say.