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Transiciones : lo que transita, lo que pasa, lo que cambia y lo que dura

Abstract : The dictatorship died with the dictator. It could not be sustained because society, the economy, in a word, people’s mentalities had changed. To put it another way, various transitions took place during Franco’s government from the mid-1960s on. Forty years ago, there was no power vacuum and history did not stop. e Transition, consequently, cannot be seen as a parenthesis, but rather as an unsatisfactory process that made possible the possible and rescued the essential to the point that it ran the the risk of postponing the future by exhausting the virtues of parliamentary democracy and of the rule of law.
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Paul Aubert. Transiciones : lo que transita, lo que pasa, lo que cambia y lo que dura. Alberto Reig Tapia, Josep Sánchez Cervelló (eds.). Transiciones en el mundo contemporáneo, Publicaciones Universitat Rovira I Virgili, pp.55-83, 2016, 9788484245001. ⟨hal-01475839⟩

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