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Spain: From Dictatorship to Democracy (A History of Spain)

ISBN-13: 978-0631206156
ISBN-10: 0631206159
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"The breadth of his knowledge - reflected both in the details of the narrative, including apt quote and anecdotes, and in his comparative references to other national case studies - makes this book a rich resource for contemporary historians of Spain." (The Historian, 2011)

"This book will doubtless become a point of departure for anglophone readers wanting to understand the essential strands of continuity in Spanish history since the civil war." (Late Modern, 2010)

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"Javier Tusell, Spain's leading historian of twentieth-century issues, has given us a brilliant account of that country's contemporary history. By far the best single volume to read."
Stanley Payne, University of WisconsinMadison

"An important new study. With Spain more polarised in the wake of the bombings of 11 March 2004 than at any time since the Civil War, it will be required reading for all those interested in the history and politics of the Iberian Peninsula."
Charles Esdaile, University of Liverpool

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