Spanish communism in exile: the unexpected resolution of the Communist International

Twentieth Century Communism - ISSN 1758-6437
Volume 2014 Number 7

Spanish communism in exile: the unexpected resolution of the Communist International
Josep Puigsech Farras, pages -

Abstract

The Spanish communist exile generated an unprecedented action in the international communist movement. The Communist International, in contravention of its own statutes, recognised two sections within the same state: Spanish section and Catalan section. Therefore, the national question in the Spanish communist movement, which was a latent problem of the Spanish communist movement before the exile, exploded definitively during the years of the exile and it generated hard crashes between the Spanish section and Catalan section.  

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Josep Puigsech Farras (2014) Spanish communism in exile: the unexpected resolution of the Communist International, Twentieth Century Communism, 2014(7), -

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