Protesters gather outside police offices in Barcelona, Spain, on Oct. 2. Six weeks after Catalonia's independence referendum, the gap between a significant part of Catalan society and the rest of Spain shows no sign of closing.
Catalonia's independence referendum set in motion a chain of events whose consequences will be felt across Spain for years. A few weeks after the vote, which took place Oct. 1, Madrid reacted to Catalonia's subsequent declaration of independence by dissolving the Catalan government, taking direct control of its institutions and...
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