Límites de la Transición española: análisis crítico de un proceso de transformación social y político
The Spanish Transition has left thousands of open questions and unresolved issues to history. The reform or the break with the authoritarian system that gave way to a liberal democracy opened for many, from very diverse sectors, an oasis of opportunities, with references in countries such as Portugal, which had just experienced the Carnation Revolution in 1974. The longings of democracy of many people were cut by a closed process, creating state structures with some of those who had been protagonists during the Franco regime. In this article we analyze the Transition process that Spain lived and its political and social consequent limitations
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