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NATION AND CONFLICT IN MODERN SPAIN 64. "Con la vista fija en el porvenir," Solidaridad Obrera, April 18, 1934. 65. Ibid. 66. Getman-Eraso, "Rethinking the Revolution," 328-37. 67. CNT, Congreso confederal de Zaragoza. 68. "Dictamen de la ponencia designada para el tercer punto del orden del dia: Analisis de actividad y fijaci6n de normas," May 1936, PS Gijon J 22, AHN-SGC, 1. 69. Ibid. 70. Ibid. 71. "Dictamen de la ponencia designada para el tercer punto del orden del dia: Analisis de actividad y fijaci6n de normas," May 1936, PS Gij6n J 22, AHN-SGC, 2. 72. Ibid. 73. The moderate tendency permeated all levels of the CNT, even the anarchist weekly Tierra y Libertad. In a letter addressed to the heads of the Barcelona branch of the FAI, Alfonso Nieves Nuftez leveled a vitriolic attack on the editors of Tierra y Libertad for not "wanting or knowing how to" recognize the revolutionary moment Spain was experiencing in the early summer of 1936. He deeply lamented the "sectarianism" inherent in the FAI and went as far as to threaten founding a separate anarchist weekly to "tell all that is not being told by Tierra y Libertad about the revolutionary moment." Letter to the Catalan Regional Committee of the FAI, no date, PS Barcelona 1335, AHN-SGC. 50
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