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Gerarchia (Italian: Hierarchy) was a magazine/journal founded in January 1922 by Benito Mussolini.[1]

Mussolini was listed on the magazine's masthead as its editor-in-chief.[1] However, the magazine's actual editor, from its founding, was Margherita Sarfatti.[1][2] Her name did not appear on the magazine until its February 1925 edition, where she was listed simply as "direttore responsabile" (i.e. the personal legally responsible for the magazine).[2]


  1. ^ a b c Antonio Gramsci (2007). Joseph A. Buttigieg. ed. Prison notebooks. Columbia University Press. pp. 530. ISBN 0231139446.  
  2. ^ a b Joshua D. Zimmerman (2005). Jews in Italy under Fascist and Nazi rule, 1922–1945. Cambridge University Press. pp. 63. ISBN 0521841011.  


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