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A History of Spain (3rd Edition)

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Palgrave

Pages: 369
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Palgrave Essential Histories series

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Ebook - 9781137532312

09 November 2018

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Simon Barton's successful text offers a highly readable and balanced account of the entire history of Spain. This revised and updated edition includes key recent events such as the economic crisis of 2008-14; the electoral...

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Simon Barton's successful text offers a highly readable and balanced account of the entire history of Spain. This revised and updated edition includes key recent events such as the economic crisis of 2008-14; the electoral victory of Mariano Rajoy and the Partido Popular (2011); the abdication of King Juan Carlos and the succession to the throne of his son Felipe VI; the continuing strains placed on the Spanish Constitution by the Basque and Catalan independence movements; demographic change; and the rise of alternative political groups such as Podemos.

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A concise and comprehensive overview of Spain's entire history in one immensely readable volume for students and general readers

A revised and expanded new edition of this highly successful text by a leading specialist in the field


Brings the story up to date with coverage of recent events, such as the 200814 economic crisis and the abdication of King Juan Carlos

Part of a new generation of Palgrave Essential Histories featuring a new modern series design

Introduction
1. Origins: Prehistory to AD 711
2. Spain and Islam, 711-1000
3. The Ascendancy of Christian Iberia, 1000-1474
4. The Universal Monarchy, 1474-1700
5. The Enlightened Despots, 1700-1833
6. Liberalism and Reaction, 1833-1931
7. Republic, Civil War and Dictatorship, 1931-1975
8. The New Spaniards, 1975-2015.

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Simon Barton is Professor of Spanish History at the University of Exeter, UK.

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Simon Barton is Professor of Spanish History at the University of Exeter, UK.

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