Fernández Amador, Mónica
July 2015
Historia del Presente;2015, Issue 26, p27
The prominence of Andalusia in the core of PSOE was focused on, during the transition process, in the leadership of the Sevillian group and the arrival of Felipe González to Moncloa. Nevertheless, the complexity of this region makes necessary a detailed analysis that allows us to establish patterns but also differences among provinces. Thus, in this case, attention is focused in the Eastern area and deals with the rebuilding process of socialisms during the final part of the Francoism, its electoral evolutions from 1977 and 1982 and, last but not least, the configuration of a new political class.


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