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Author Hooper, John, 1950-
Title The new Spaniards / John Hooper.
Imprint London ; New York : Penguin, 2006.
Edition Second edition.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  HN583.5 .H66 2006    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  HN583.5 .H66 2006    AVAILABLE  
Author Hooper, John, 1950-
Subject Spain -- Social conditions -- 1939-1975.
Spain -- Social conditions -- 1975-
Spain -- History -- 1939-1975.
Spain -- History -- 1975-
Description 458 pages : maps ; 20 cm
Edition Second edition.
Note Previous ed.: 1995.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0141016094 (pbk.)
9780141016092 (pbk.)
OCLC # 68770137
Table of Contents
 Introduction : the change in Spain1
Pt. 1The making of a new Spain 
1From hunger to prosperity11
2From dictatorship to democracy26
3The centre falls apart35
4Socialist Spain46
5Not-so-socialist Spain53
6Conservative Spain69
7Legacies, memories and phantoms80
Pt. 2Private domains 
8Belief and the church : emptying pews91
9Sex : from Francoist prudery to gay marriages108
10Men and women : machismo meltdown123
11Family values and home truths134
12Living on the edge145
Pt. 3King and country 
13An engaging monarchy163
14The army : back in step187
15The state : more tax, but less red tape202
Pt. 4A fissile state 
16Centrifugal forces217
17The Basques231
18The Catalans252
19The Galicians265
20Autonomy in action273
Pt. 5A changing society 
21New arrivals and old prejudices285
22Welfare : the Spanish exception295
23Education : more aspiration than achievement308
24Housing : through the roof319
25Law and disorder332
Pt. 6New perspectives 
26The press : more influence than readers349
27New waves : TV and radio362
28A cultural revolution377
29Arts and artists : no limits397
30Changing traditions : flamenco and bullfighting410
31The new Spaniards427



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