La jornada de reconciliación nacional del 5 de mayo de 1958

Hernández, Félix
January 2008
Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie V, Historia Contemporánea;2008, Vol. 5 Issue 20, p281
Academic Journal
In the second half of the fifties, the Franco dictatorship was going through a period of crisis given the gravity of the socioeconomic situation that the country was facing. It is in this context that the Spanish Communist Party decided to call mobilization day against dictatorship, which he called National Reconciliation Day, for the 5th of May 1958. Although it was preceded by a period of strong social protest, the results of it were very modest.In this event influenced theisolation itself in which the Communists were inside the anti-Franco opposition, as the fear of repression. While the Franco's regime would continue receiving the support of political institutions and social groups on which was laid down as well as their external supports, which would enable it to impose its own solutions and survive until the dictator's death


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