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The Historical Roots of Spanish Political Division

Jun 5, 2015 | 09:31 GMT
Supporters of Spain's ruling Popular Party march behind a Spanish flag in Madrid on May 30, 2015 during a demonstration following the party’s loss of votes in the recent regional and municipal elections.
Supporters of Spain's ruling Popular Party march behind a Spanish flag in Madrid on May 30, 2015 during a demonstration following the party’s loss of votes in the recent regional and municipal elections.
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The rise of anti-establishment parties in Spain has only widened deep-seated regional, social and cultural divisions....

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