Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State
Demonstrates how Basque nationalism was shaped by the many forms and historical phases of the Spanish state. This book offers a comparative discussion of Basque, Catalan, Scottish, Flemish, and Quebecois nationalist movements, suggesting that nationalism in Basque Country, is in many ways similar to nationalism in other industrialized democracies.
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