Nationalism and Europeanism. Political Catalanism and the Spain-Europe Relationship, 1949-1986
Nationalism and Europeanism
Political Catalanism and the Spain-Europe Relationship, 1949-1986
Carlos LÓPEZ GÓMEZ
Associate Lecturer, Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Madrid
This chapter aims at describing the Europeanist trend of Catalan Nationalism during the Franco regime, the Spanish transition to democracy and the negotiations for the accession of Spain to the European Economic Community (EEC).1 Our purpose is to identify the specific traits Catalanist Europeanism has had by comparison with other political trends in contemporary Spain in a period where the idea of Europe has been meaningful for the whole of the country as a symbol of normalisation and democratisation.2
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