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Title: The stability and consolidation of the Francoist Regime. The case of Eastern Andalusia, 1936-50
Authors: Cobo Romero, Francisco
Arco Blanco, Miguel Ángel del
Ortega López, Teresa María
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: The stabilisation and longevity of Franco’s regime can be explained by the interpenetration of society and the institutions of the ‘New State’ in three overlapping areas: firstly, in the sphere of the shared culture of the community of civil war victors; secondly, through repression, based on the decisive collaboration of those supporting Francoism, which cut short any possible opposition; thirdly, in the socio-economic sphere, where those making up the groups supporting the ‘New State’ would see their personal interests fulfilled. At the same time, the defeated would be ensnared in a maze of misery and silence, abandoning any political concerns and concentrating instead on survival. Accordingly, the regime proved able to win support from a broad range of social groups while also eliminating any signs of opposition.
Sponsorship: The Spanish Ministerio de Innovación y Ciencia funded the research drawn on for this article (reference HAR2009‐07487).
Keywords: Franquismo
Mundo rural
Francoist Regime
Rural areas
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/36732
ISSN: 0960-7773
Citation: Cobo Romero, F.; Arco Blanco, M.A.; Ortega López, T. The stability and consolidation of the Francoist Regime. The case of Eastern Andalusia, 1936-50. Contemporary European History, 20(1): 37-59 (2011). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/36732]
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