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This study gives a series of insights into the processes that have brought Spanish political reform to a contemporary position, through a diverse set of testimonies from Spaniards who have been involved in politics. These give perspectives on politics towards consensus after the division under Franco. The study is constructed along twin themes of consensus building during political transition, and the challenges to the Constitutional consensus by Basque and Catalan nationalism. It includes a discussion of the economic background of the transition to democracy.
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