Spanish Second Republic Revisited: From Democratic Hopes to Civil War (1931-1936) (Studies in Spanish History)
"The raison d'etre behind "The Spanish Second Republic Revisited" is not to defend a particular ideological or political standpoint but to elucidate and explain this dynamic, agitated period in Spanish history in all its complexity. Certainly, this does not mean that the authors of this volume share a common vision of the Second Republic, but it does signal their collective intent to escape the ideological certainties that have conditioned so much of the work on the regime." --Nigel Townson, "Sussex Studies in Spanish History"
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- Manuel Alvarez Tardio(Editor) Fernando Reguillo(Editor)
- Sussex Academic Press (4 Feb. 2013)
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