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What did Italian cities not have?

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Italian cities did not have advancement possibilities for those Italians who worked in jobs in which they were underemployed and had no way of calling attention to themselves. Italian cities did not have funds for those Italians who would have done well in primary and secondary education but couldn't afford the cost of textbooks and transportation. Italian cities did not have jobs for those Italians whose capabilities were in work where the number of applicants was greater than the number of job openings. Italian cities did not have on-the-job trainingfor those Italians who could have learned on the job what they hadn't been able to afford to pay to learn in school. Italian cities did not have opportunities for Italians to work and go to school at the same time. Italian cities did not have protection to offer those Italians who were being persecuted by violent individuals and groups within the society. Italian cities did not have a support system for those Italians who were on their own. It was for those reasons, and more, that Italians left Italy's cities and tried to realize their dreams in other lands, such as the United States of America.

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