By Pilar Ortuño Anaya
Pilar Ortuño Anaya breaks new flooring within the research of the overseas dimensions of the Spanish transition to democracy. She argues that express members and agencies made an important contribution to the democratization technique. Dr Ortuño Anaya establishes for the 1st time the function performed via ecu socialist and alternate union companies, specifically the German Social Democratic social gathering and its affiliated unions, the Labour events within the uk, and the French Socialists.
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