Spain Transformed: The Franco Dictatorship, 1959-1975

Paperback | June 15, 2010

EditorNigel TownsonbyNigel Townson

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Spain Transformed addresses the sweeping social and cultural changes that characterized the late Franco regime. This wide-ranging collection reassesses the dictatorship's latter years by drawing on a wealth of new material and ideas, using an interdisciplinary approach.

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Spain Transformed addresses the sweeping social and cultural changes that characterized the late Franco regime. This wide-ranging collection reassesses the dictatorship's latter years by drawing on a wealth of new material and ideas, using an interdisciplinary approach.

NIGEL TOWNSON is a senior lecturer in the History of Political Thought and Social and Political Movements at the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. Author of The Crisis of Democracy in Spain: Centrist Politics under the Second Republic, 1931-1936, he is also editor of a general history of Spanish republicanism: El republicanismo...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.55 × 5.46 × 0.63 inPublished:June 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Introduction--N.Townson * The Golden Age of Spanish Capitalism: Economic Growth without Political Freedom--P.Martn .Acea&E.Martnez Ruiz * Tourism and Political Change in Franco's Spain--S.D.Pack * The Change in Mentalities during the late Franco Regime--W.L.Bernecker * How different was Spain? The late Franco Regime in International Context--T.Buchanan * Order, Progress, and Syndicalism? How the late Francoist Authorities saw Socio-economic Change--A.Cazorla Sanchez * New Political Mentalities in the tardofranquismo--C.Palomares * Associations and the Social Origins of the Transition during the Late Franco Regime--P.Radcliff * Cultural Diversity and the Development of a Pre-Democratic Civil Society in Spain--E.Chuli * The Spanish Church: Change and Continuity--W.J. Callahan * The Origins of Democratic Support in post-Franco Spain: Learning to be a Democrat under Authoritarian Rule?--M.Torcal * The United States and Spain: From Franco to Juan Carlos--C.Powell * The Franco Dictatorship: A Bifurcated Regime?--E.Malefakis