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Governar em Ditadura. Jul Dec Nicola Rooney. This paper will examine how the Provisional IRA and Euzkadi Ta Askatasuna - Basque Country and Freedom - ETA sought to legitimise and gain support for a campaign of urban guerrilla warfare by casting themselves in the role of defenders of a Catholic community.

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The need to reconcile the acceptance of violent action and Catholic religious beliefs led to a strong emphasis on the morality of the struggle waged by both groups during the early years of their existence. Interestingly, this definition of morality was grounded in Catholic teaching, forcing both organisations to challenge the leadership of the ecclesiastical authorities. Juan J Linz. This contribution studies the composition of the Spanish cabinet elites through different political regimes and transition periods, those regimes including a constitutional monarchy, two democracies, two dictatorships and a people's Republic.

The discontinuity of ministerial elites is the rule, with the relative exception of the two transition periods in the early and the middle s. The elite in general is fairly heterogeneous, recruited more or less from the whole country and not dominated by a particular age cohort.

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In terms of occupational background the important presence of civil servants, professors, military officers and professionals, characterized the elite. Many if not most of them would be of middle class milieus, sometimes upper sometimes middle-middle class.


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Apparently not many were businessmen, farmers or landowners without ancillary occupation - like the German Junkers - and practically none manual worker-trade unionist like many of the Labour Party MPs in Britain. The professional background suggests that ideas, ideologies, mentalities, legal thinking, were as or more important than the representation of economic or class interests. For each period attention has been paid to the most relevant aspects of the institutional framework, party system and cabinet structure, as well as the extent of elite replacement and - when applicable - the nature of regime change.

CES Working Paper, no. The discontinuity of ministerial elites is the rule, with the relative exception of the two transition periods in the early s and the middle s. In terms of occupational background, the important presence of civil servants, professors, military officers and professionals, generally characterized the elite. Apparently, not many were businessmen, farmers or landowners without ancillary occupation -like the German Junkers - and practically none were from manual workertrade unionist backgrounds, like many of the Labour Party MPs in Britain. The professional backgrounds suggest that ideas, ideologies, mentalities, and legal thinking were as or more important than the representation of economic or class interests.

General Franco - Spain - Basque Separatists - Documentary Report - 1969

For each period attention has been paid to the most relevant aspects of the institutional framework, party system and cabinet structure, as well as the extent of elite replacement and —when applicable- the nature of regime change. Show more. This research doesn't cite any other publications.

Welcome back! Please log in. Password Forgot password? The Franco regime, by Stanley G. Payne Published by Phoenix Press in London. Written in English. Subjects Francoism , Politics and government. Places Spain. Times , Edition Notes Includes bibliographical references p.

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