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Modern Spain : a documentary history / edited by Jon Cowans.

Other Authors: Cowans, Jon.
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Language: English
Published: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003
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245 0 0 |a Modern Spain :  |b a documentary history / edited by Jon Cowans. 
260 |a Philadelphia :  |b University of Pennsylvania Press,  |c c2003. 
300 |a vii, 312 p. ;  |c 24 cm. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references (p. [303]-306) and index. 
505 0 0 |g 1.  |t Joachim Murat, Report on the Madrid Revolt (1808) --   |g 2.  |t Napoleon Bonaparte, Message to the Spaniards (1808) --   |g 3.  |t Calls to Arms (1808) --   |g 4.  |t Decrees of the Cadiz Cortes (1810-1814) --   |g 5.  |t Diego Munoz Torrero, On Freedom of the Press (1810) --   |g 6.  |t The Congress of Venezuela, Declaration of Independence (1811) --   |g 7.  |t The 1812 Constitution --   |g 8.  |t Ferdinand VII, Declaration on the Constitution (1814) --   |g 9.  |t Army Proclamation of 1820 --   |g 10.  |t Ferdinand VII, Manifesto of October 1, 1823 --   |g 11.  |t The Carlist Movement (1833) --   |g 12.  |t Joaquim Rubio y Ors, The Catalan Renaixenca (1841) --   |g 13.  |t Fernando Garrido, On Communism (1848) --   |g 14.  |t Juan Donoso Cortes, On Religion and Liberty (1849) --   |g 15.  |t Liberal Principles (1868-1869) --   |g 16.  |t El Estado Catalan, On Federalism (1870) --   |g 17.  |t Justo Zaragoza, On Slavery in the Spanish Antilles (1872) --   |g 18.  |t The Alcoy Federation, An Anarchist Manifesto (1873) --   |g 19.  |t Clarin, Hunger in Andalusia (1883) --   |g 20.  |t Valenti Almirall, Spain Such as It Is (1887) --   |g 21.  |t Emilia Pardo Bazan, The Education of Men and Women (1892) --   |g 22.  |t Pablo Iglesia, The Social Revolution (1892) --   |g 23.  |t La Epoca, "Anarchist Attack in Barcelona" (1893) --   |g 24.  |t Enric Prat de la Riba, Compendium of Catalanist Doctrine (1894) --   |g 25.  |t Sabino de Arana, "What Are We?" (1895) --   |g 26.  |t Francisco Silvela, "Without a Pulse" (1898) --   |g 27.  |t Pablo Iglesias, "Our Bourgeoisie"(1898) --   |g 28.  |t The Army and the Catalans (1905) --   |g 29.  |t Alejandro Lerroux, "Rebels, Rebels!" (1906) --   |g 30.  |t The Tarrasa Manifesto (1909) --   |g 31.  |t Spanish Bishops, Against the Existence of the Secular Schools (1909) --   |g 32.  |t Miryam, "Anticlerical Women: What We Want" (1910) --   |g 33.  |t Julian Juderias, The Black Legend (1914) --   |g 34.  |t Program of the National Association of Spanish Women (1918) --   |g 35.  |t Jose Ortega y Gasset, Invertebrate Spain (1922) --   |g 36.  |t Miguel Primo de Rivera, The Barcelona Manifesto (1923) --   |g 37.  |t Platform of the Patriotic Union (1928) --   |g 38.  |t Alfonso XIII, Message of Renunciation (1931) --   |g 39.  |t Spanish Bishops, On the Proposed Constitution (1931) --   |g 40.  |t Manuel Azana, "Spain Has Ceased to Be Catholic" (1931) --   |g 41.  |t Parliamentary Debate on Women's Suffrage (1931) --   |g 42.  |t The 1931 Constitution --   |g 43.  |t Fernando de los Rios, The Republican Education Program (1937) --   |g 44.  |t La Pasionaria, "From Childhood to Maturity" (1966) --   |g 45.  |t Artists' Statements (1931-1934) --   |g 46.  |t El Debate, "A Large Catholic Majority" (1933) --   |g 47.  |t Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera, Ideas of the Falange (1934) --   |g 48.  |t Conservatives on Women and Feminism (1932, 1933, 1935) --   |g 49.  |t El Socialista, On the Victory of the Popular Front (1936) --   |g 50.  |t Francisco Franco, Manifesto of July 18, 1936 --   |g 51.  |t Ideological Struggles of the Left (1936, 1937) --   |g 52.  |t Decree Closing Religious Institutions (1936) --   |g 53.  |t Germany and the Spanish Civil War (1936-1937) --   |g 54.  |t British Parliamentary Debates on Spain (1937) --   |g 55.  |t Spanish Bishops, On the War in Spain (1937) --   |g 56.  |t George Orwell, Homage to Catalonia (1938) --   |g 57.  |t Francisco Franco, Letter to Hitler (1940) --   |g 58.  |t Francisco Franco, Laureate Cross Acceptance Speech (1940) --   |g 59.  |t The Nationalist Movement, Law of Syndical Organization (1940) --   |g 60.  |t Jose Rodriguez Vega, Impressions of Franco's Spain (1943) --   |g 61.  |t The United States and Franco's Spain, 1945-1954 --   |g 62.  |t Spanish Bishops, On Criticism, Propaganda, and Publicity (1950) --   |g 63.  |t Law of the Fundamental Principles of the Nationalist Movement (1958) --   |g 64.  |t Pilar Primo de Rivera, On the Rights of Working Women (1961) --   |g 65.  |t Luis Bunuel, On Viridiana (1962) --   |g 66.  |t Dionisio Ridruejo, On Resistance to Franco (1962) --   |g 67.  |t The Nationalist Movement, The Woman in the New Societ (1963) --   |g 68.  |t The Abbot of Montserrat, "The Regime Calls Itself Christian" (1963) --   |g 69.  |t ETA Communiques (1970, 1973) --   |g 70.  |t Women's Liberation Front, Founding Manifesto (1976) --   |g 71.  |t The 1978 Constitution --   |g 72.  |t Spanish Reflections on Franco (1979) --   |g 73.  |t King Juan Carlos, Speech on the Coup d'Etat (1981) --   |g 74.  |t Felipe Gonzalez, Interview on the NATO Referendum (1986) --   |g 75.  |t La Mesa de Ajuria Enea, Response to ETA (1997) --   |g 76.  |t SOS Racismo, Annual Report on Racism in the Spanish State (1999). 
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651 0 |a Spain  |x History  |y 19th century  |v Sources. 
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