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Who Killed Antonio Cánovas? Spain: Laboratory of Social Conflict

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Original languageEnglish
DatePublished - Sep 2015

Abstract

Paper given as part of the GW4 group of Modern Spanish Historians working in Bristol, Cardiff, UWE, Bath and Exeter.
An analysis of the Spanish model of social-political violence with special focus on the killing of the Prime Minister, Antonio Cánovas, in August 1897.
Spain's particular outburst of revolutionary violence ('propaganda by the deed') is examined as part of the wider spectrum of modernity/revolution which engulfed most of Europe during this period.

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