what role did his charisma and celebrity play in the political programs of people trying to create a unified Italian state?
Learning Goal: I’m working on a literature writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Part 1: Identifications (20 Points)Choose 5 IDs from the list below. In 1-2 sentences, provide a brief definition of the term and in doing so gesture towards its significance for the history of “Italy.”a) Campanilismob) Napoléon Bonapartec) La Giovine Italiad) Gauchose) The Italian Legionf) Mezzogiornog) The Kingdom of SardiniaWrite 2 Short Essays in response to the 2 prompts listed below. In response to the prompts, develop argument-based essays supported by evidence from course readings and lectures. Each Short Essay should be a minimum of 400 words.a) Donna Gabaccia argues for the existence of a “diaspora nationalism” among Italians living abroad. In many ways, Giuseppe Garibaldi is the embodiment of this concept. In your opinion, how did Garibaldi’s time living abroad shape his ideas about what it meant to be Italian, his commitment to Italian nationalism, and his vision for a future, unified Italian state?b) David Bell and Lucy Riall are among a group of scholars who have stressed the importance of charisma and celebrity in the birth of modern democratic politics. In what ways was Giuseppe Garibaldi a charismatic leader / a celebrity, and what role did his charisma and celebrity play in the political programs of people trying to create a unified Italian state?