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El mito de la transición pacífica : violencia y política en España (1975-1982) / Sophie Baby ; traducción, Tomás Fernández Aúz y Beatriz Eguibar.

Author/Creator:
Baby, Sophie.
Publication:
Tres Cantos, Madrid : Akal, 2018.
Format/Description:
Book
735 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Series:
Akal universitaria; 373.
Akal Universitaria ; 373
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Standardized Title:
Le mythe de la transition pacifique. Spanish
Subjects:
Political violence -- Spain -- 20th century.
Spain -- History -- 20th century.
Spain -- Politics and government -- 1975-1982.
Political persecution -- Spain -- 20th century.
Terrorism -- Spain -- 20th century.
Political persecution.
Political violence.
Politics and government.
Terrorism.
Spain.
Form/Genre:
History.
Language:
In Spanish; translated from the French.
Summary:
The existence of political violence poses, in every society, a series of challenges that we know well: in the first place, violent action and its containment -be it in dictatorship or already in democracy-, but also issues of memory and national reconciliation, of the role of the law and state violence, of the political role of the victims; many issues that can be addressed in an unprecedented framework-the transition-until the appearance of this magnificent book. "The myth of peaceful transition" is a revealing and pioneering analysis both of the political violence that shook Spain during the transition and of the way in which said violence conditioned and marked the future of the young Spanish democracy.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Fernández Aúz, Tomás.
Eguibar, Beatriz.
ISBN:
9788446045687
8446045680
OCLC:
1057361872