Politics, economics, population, industry, focusing on legitimacy of govt. in post-Franco era.
Spain again lost economic and political power. By 1898, Spain had lost the last of her possessions in the America’s, following the Spanish-American war. Again, Spain fought to control her populations, but increasing political strife and vast episodes of violence sparked the Spanish Civil War in 1936. The centuries of war and internal conflict had taken its toll, and the country was left in political and economic exhaustion. It was not until the 1960’s that Spain began to regain some of her previous power through the introduction of tourism and through the manufacturing sector (Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, 2005). By 1978, a democratic constitution was in place, proving the country had finally won her democracy.
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