Subsidiarity, nationalist contradictions of the political system and relations with the Spanish Catalan (1931-1936): Four sessions of the autonomous parliament

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Abstract

This article analyse the relations between Catalan politics and Spanish ones during the republican period (1931-1936). Starting on four sessions of great importance at Catalan Parliament it is been analysed the evolution of Catalan politics. Contrary to the possibility of distinguishing the Catalan politics to the Spanish ones, the principal Catalan parties, ERC and the Lliga, searched in Madrid the support and scenario that could help them to consolidate or recover the power in Catalonia. In this way, during the years between the proclamation of the Republic and the beginning of Civil War the majority catalanism, as much on the right as on the left, didn't build it own politic differentiated to the Spanish but linked itself, each time, more with Spanish politics.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1083-1106
JournalHispania - Revista Espanola de Historia
Volume66
Issue number224
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2006

Keywords

  • Autonomy
  • Catalanism
  • Parliament
  • Subordination

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