A Social History of Modern Spain


Acknowledgements; Introduction A century of dynamism An evolving economy; Men, women, and children The land The creation of private property; Landowners; Rural social relations; Conflict Cities and towns Elites and white collars; Working class formation; Working class experience Identities The church, religion, and belief; The limits of the state; Communities The Franco regime and after A belated miracle; Men, women, and children; The land; Cities and towns; The church, religion, and belief; The extension of the state; The consumer society Conclusion Notes; Bibliography; Chronology; Index


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