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[...] HAVING ADVOCATED BOTH THE ABOLITION OF THE POPE'S TEMPORAL POWER AND THE UNIFICATION OF ITALY, COLA RE-EMERGED IN THE 19TH CENTURY, TRANSFORMED

INTO A ROMANTIC FIGURE AMONG POLITICALLY LIBERAL NATIONALISTS AND ADOPTED AS A PRECURSOR OF THE

19TH CENTURY RISORGIMENTO, WHICH STRUGGLED FOR

AND EVENTUALLY ACHIEVED BOTH AIMS.