Modern Spain A Documentary History

ISBN-10: 0812218469

ISBN-13: 9780812218466

Edition: 2003

Authors: Jon Cowans

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A broad ranging collection of writings from this entire period, Jon Cowans presents 73 documents to trace the history of Spain as it struggled for political and social stability and justice through the 19th and 20th centuries.
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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Publication date: 5/12/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Joachim Murat, Report on the Madrid Revolt (1808)
Napoleon Bonaparte, Message to the Spaniards (1808)
Calls to Arms (1808)
Decrees of the C��diz Cortes (1810-1814)
Diego Muñoz Torrero, On Freedom of the Press (1810)
The Congress of Venezuela, Declaration of Independence (1811)
The 1812 Constitution
Ferdinand VII, Declaration on the Constitution (1814)
Army Proclamation of 1820
Ferdinand VII, Manifesto of October 1, 1823
The Carlist Movement (1833)
Joaquim Rubió; y Ors, The Catalan Renaixenàa (1841)
Fernando Garrido, On Communism (1848)
Juan Donoso Cortés, On Religion and Liberty (1849)
Liberal Principles (1868-1869)
El Estado Catalan, On Federalism (1870)
Justo Zaragoza, On Slavery in the Spanish Antilles (1872)
The Alcoy Federation, An Anarchist Manifesto (1873)
Clarán, Hunger in Andalusia (1883)
Valentá Almirall, Spain Such as It Is (1887)
Emilia Pardo Baz��n, The Education of Men and Women (1892)
Pablo Iglesias, The Social Revolution (1892)
La Epoca, "Anarchist Attack in Barcelona" (1893)
Enric Prat de la Riba, Compendium of Catalanist Doctrine (1894)
Sabino de Arana, "What Are We?" (1895)
Francisco Silvela, "Without a Pulse" (1898)
Pablo Iglesias, "Our Bourgeoisie" (1898)
The Army and the Catalans (1905)
Alejandro Lerroux, "Rebels, Rebels!" (1906)
The Tarrasa Manifesto (1909)
Spanish Bishops, Against the Existence of the Secular Schools (1909)
Miryam, "Anticlerical Women: What We Want" (1910)
Juli��n Juderáas, The Black Legend (1914)
Program of the National Association of Spanish Women (1918)
José Ortega y Gasset, Invertebrate Spain (1922)
Miguel Primo de Rivera, The Barcelona Manifesto (1923)
Platform of the Patriotic Union (1928)
Alfonso XIII, Message of Renunciation (1931)
Spanish Bishops, On the Proposed Constitution (1931)
Manuel Azaña, "Spain Has Ceased to Be Catholic" (1931)
Parliamentary Debate on Women's Suffrage (1931)
The 1931 Constitution
Fernando de los Ráos, The Republican Education Program (1937)
La Pasionaria, "From Childhood to Maturity" (1966)
Artists' Statements (1931-1934)
El Debate, "A Large Catholic Majority" (1933)
José Antonio Primo de Rivera, Ideas of the Falange (1934)
Conservatives on Women and Feminism (1932, 1933, 1935)
El Socialista, On the Victory of the Popular Front (1936)
Francisco Franco, Manifesto of July 18, 1936
Ideological Struggles of the Left (1936, 1937)
Decree Closing Religious Institutions (1936)
Germany and the Spanish Civil War (1936-1937)
British Parliamentary Debates on Spain (1937)
Spanish Bishops, On the War in Spain (1937)
George Orwell, Homage to Catalonia (1938)
Francisco Franco, Letter to Hitler (1940)
Francisco Franco, Laureate Cross Acceptance Speech (1940)
The Nationalist Movement, Law of Syndical Organization (1940)
José Rodráguez Vega, Impressions of Franco's Spain (1943)
The United States and Franco's Spain, 1945-1954
Spanish Bishops, On Criticism, Propaganda, and Publicity (1950)
Law of the Fundamental Principles of the Nationalist Movement (1958)
Pilar Primo de Rivera, On the Rights of Working Women (1961)
Luis Buñuel, On Viridiana (1962)
Dionisio Ridruejo, On Resistance to Franco (1962)
The Nationalist Movement, The Woman in the New Society (1963)
The Abbot of Montserrat, "The Regime Calls Itself Christian" (1963)
ETA Communiqués (1970, 1973)
Women's Liberation Front, Founding Manifesto (1976)
The 1978 Constitution
Spanish Reflections on Franco (1979)
King Juan Carlos, Speech on the Coup d'��tat (1981)
Felipe Gonz��lez, Interview on the NATO Referendum (1986)
La Mesa de Ajuria Enea, Response to ETA (1997)
SOS Racismo, Annual Report on Racism in the Spanish State (1999
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