4 edition of Elites and Power in Twentieth-Century Spain found in the catalog.
Elites and Power in Twentieth-Century Spain
January 1, 1991
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Frances Lannon (Editor), Paul Preston (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
Taking Spain’s postimperial condition as its entry point, the book seeks to elucidate the relationship between the hydro-social cycle—the socially embedded techno-institutional organization of the material flows of water—and the process of modernization as it unfolded during the twentieth century. Start studying History Western Civilizations Chapters Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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This book examines the élites who have striven to dominate, exploit, or change the structures of power in modern Spain. For much of the twentieth century, Spain has seethed with intense conflict between Catholics and anti-clericals, landowners and peasants, workers and industrialists, centralists and regionalists, liberal democrats and authoritarian soldiers.
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Elites and power in twentieth-century Spain: essays in honor of Sir Raymond Carr. [Frances Lannon; Paul Preston; Raymond Carr;] -- These essays examine the elites that have striven to dominate, exploit or change the structure of power in modern Spain. The contributors have drawn on the latest research to provide studies of.
Elites and power in twentieth-century Spain: essays in honour of Sir Raymond Carr. [Frances Lannon; Raymond Carr;] exploit or change the structure of power in modern Spain. The Spanish bishops in the twentieth century; Centre and periphery National integration and regional nationalisms reconsidered; The Catalan industrial.
Preston, Paul and Lannon, Frances, eds. () Elites and power in twentieth-century Spain: essays in honour of Sir Raymond Carr. Clarendon Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN Full text not available from this repository. Elites and power in twentieth-century Spain: essays in honor of Sir Raymond Carr / edited by Frances Lannon and Paul Preston Clarendon Press ; Oxford University Press Oxford [England]: New York Australian/Harvard Citation.
Carr, Raymond. & Preston, Paul. & Lannon, Frances. He does this in a nonpartisan manner, looking to the lessons of American history, and castigating those in power for the ever-widening gap between the economic classes, which has created a crisis in American society.
The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of Democracy is riveting social by: Spain in the Twentieth-Century World: Essays on Spanish Diplomacy, By James W. Cortada Greenwood Press, Read preview Overview The Politics of Victimhood: Historical Memory and Peace in Spain and the Basque Region By MacDonald, Ross B.
Bernardo, Monica C. Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 60, No. 1, Fall-Winter Twentieth-century spain: A history so long and what mark it has left on contemporary Spain.
This is an essential book for students as well as for anyone interested in Spain's turbulent. “The introduction addresses the definition of political elites and changes in the scholarly treatment of political elites since the mid-twentieth century.
The book includes with an extensive, cross-referenced index. This is a scholarly enterprise. The writing level reflects. Today, Spain is a modern society with an important profile in the European Union. This image contrasts strikingly with the reality of Spain just one hundred years ago.
After the loss of almost all her overseas empire inSpain faced the new century handicapped by her international isolation, backward economy and a stagnant and elitist political system. Twentieth-Century Spain tells the.
Twentieth-Century Spain: Politics and Society in Spain, The lack of a liberal hegemony or even a broad consensus among Spain's political elites and the corresponding failure to reform or invigorate central government and the apparatus of the state led to the convulsive crises of the early twentieth century which culminated in.
collection, a chronological structure. The general theme of the essays, elites and power, picks up one of the central issues analysed in Carr's Spain - the political reality of a country which originated the term 'liberalism' in its modern guise and yet has suffered throughout most of the twentieth century from its conspi-cuous absence.
"There grew up in the twentieth century a power structure between London and New York which penetrated deeply into university life, the press, and the practice of foreign policy.
In England the center was the Round Table Group, while in the United States it was J. Morgan and Company." Carroll Quigley in his book "Tragedy and Hope". Decolonization changed the spatial order of the globe, the imagination of men and women around the world and established images of the globe.
Both individuals and social groups shaped decolonization itself: this volume puts agency squarely at the centre of debate by looking at elites and leaders. Author of The coming of the Spanish Civil War, Franco, The triumph of democracy in Spain, The Spanish Civil War, The politics of revenge, Elites and power in twentieth-century Spain, Juan Carlos, Concise history of the Spanish Civil War.
Gilbert’s book provides a propitious starting point, as it is an overview of elite power from the nineteenth to the twentieth century. The work has two distinct sections. The first, based mostly on secondary sources, is a synthetic look at elites and their political power from the s until the mid-twentieth century, focusing on Mexico Author: James E.
Sanders. Some of the ideas developed in this book were first tested in lectures, seminars and earlier articles. Where material has appeared before, it has been very substantially expanded and reworked for inclusion in the present volume to take into account later research by myself and others, to reflect changes in my own views and also to draw out the central themes of the book.
America’s First Elites. in a book entitled The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of Democracy “America was a white society until the mid-twentieth century.” But it no longer is.
consensus among Spain's political elites and the corresponding failure to reform or invigorate central government and the apparatus of the state led to the convulsive crises of the early twentieth century which culminated in civil war.
As the author of a monograph on. (rare) Dislike or hatred of the Catalan people, culture or language.European studies review, vol. 9, Macmillan, pg. Villaverde's refusal to concede a concierto económico to the region, backed by a general diatribe of catalanophobia in the Madrid press, brought on a taxpayers' strike in Barcelona and throughout Catalonia, coupled with the.
Sir Raymond Carr, (Sir Albert Raymond Maillard Carr), British historian (born ApBath, Somerset, Eng.—died ApLondon, Eng.?), was a leading expert on Spanish history, particularly that of the 19th and 20th l of his scholarly books were considered classics in the field, including Spain, – (), Modern Spain, – (), Spain.
Spain and the Great Powers in the Twentieth Centuryexamines the international context to, and influences on, Spanish history and politics from to the present day. Spanish history is necessarily international, with the significance of Spain's neutrality in the First World War and the global influences on the outcome of the Spanish Civil War.