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The Government and Politics of Spain

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 351
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Comparative Government and Politics

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16 August 1995

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Despite the widespread attention attracted by Spain's remarkable transition from General Franco's repressive dictatorship to a dynamic democracy, this is the first comprehensive study in English of the new Spanish political...

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Despite the widespread attention attracted by Spain's remarkable transition from General Franco's repressive dictatorship to a dynamic democracy, this is the first comprehensive study in English of the new Spanish political system. The book introduces the main institutions and features of the contemporary Spanish state and assesses to what extent these still bear the imprint of the Francoist legacy. Despite some remaining obstacles and difficulties, Paul Heywood argues, the country is now decisively in the political mainstream of the new Europe.

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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Analysing Spanish Politics PART 1
THE LEGACY OF HISTORY Reconciling State and Nation
 the Politics of Regional Diversity The 1978 Constitutional Settlement The Institutional Legacy of Francoism PART 2
THE CONSTRUCTION OF A DEMOCRATIC STATE Central Government
Monarchy, Core Executive and Parliament
The Judiciary and the 'State of Law' The Public Sector
 Reform and Renewal The Autonomous Communities The Electoral and Party Systems Political Parties
Devalued Defenders of Democracy
PART 3
THE EMERGENCE OF A MODERN DEMOCRATIC POWER Economic Modernisation
The Policy Process Spain as an International Power
Appendices
Bibliography.

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