By Rina Benmayor, Pilar Dominguez Prats, María Eugenia Cardenal de la Nuez

The Spanish and Portuguese-speaking worlds were crucibles for very important paintings in oral background and different fields, yet too little has been made available to English readers. This assortment seeks to reinforce and extend entry to fresh scholarship from the Iberian global that has no longer been translated or another way made to be had to English speakers.

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It was a very silent time; the Civil War wasn’t talked about at home, the Franco repression wasn’t mentioned, no one talked about politics and there was a lot of fear. ”” And while we were vetted by the Youth 44 / Pilar Domínguez Prats Front, well, I was fourteen and not very aware of things, but my relationship with my uncle—above all, my uncle—well, I was a little turned off by all of it . . like many on the Left, my uncle was condemned to death, which was modified to a sentence which he completed at the end of around six or seven years.

However, workers’ rights remained very limited. Workers were not free to hold meetings in the workplace or associate with other workers outside the CNS (Cazorla 40). In the 1960s, during the later years of Franco’s rule, Spain’s economy began to grow and labor protests multiplied exponentially. Worker mobilization was considerably less intense in the south, in Andalusia, and the Canary Islands, than in the more industrialized northern regions of Catalonia, the Basque Country, Madrid, and Asturias.

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