The national elections of November 1919 were the most significant in Italy since the political and territorial unification of the country in 1870. They were the first elections to take place under conditions approaching mass political democracy. All adult males had the vote. The electoral law of August 1919 introduced proportional representation with large multimember constituencies replacing the pre-war first-past-the-post, single-member constituency system.
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