Treglia, Emanuele
July 2011
Historia del Presente;2011, Issue 18, p25
This article considers the state of the Partido Comunista de España (PCE; Communist Party of Spain, in English) in the early 1980s as the country began its transition from dictatorship to democracy. The author focuses on the relationship of the PCE and the development of Eurocommunism, or Communist political parties in Europe that were avoided affiliation with the ideology of the Soviet Union, during this time period. She also comments on the successes and failures of the PCE in Spanish political elections, during which time the party suffered under much internal dissent.


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