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Bunk, Brian D., 1968-; Pack, Sasha D.; Scott, Carl-Gustaf (ed.) / Nation and conflict in modern Spain: essays in honor of Stanley G. Payne
(2008)

Contents,   pp. [v]-[vi]


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CONTENTS 
Contributors' Note 
Contributors 
Introduction: Stanley G. Payne: An Intellectual Biography 
Michael Seidman 
Carlist Worker Groups in Catalonia, 1900-1923                      1 
Colin M. Winston 
"A Shape Note of Pugnacity": 
Conservative Youth Groups in Spain, 1914-1939                    15 
Brian D. Bunk 
Pragmatism Unveiled: The Meanings of Revolutionary 
Rhetoric in Spanish Anarchosyndicalism                           31 
Jordi W. Getman-Eraso 
Nineteenth-Century Spanish Anticlericalism                        51 
Enrique A. Sanabria 
The Camino de Santiago and the Paradox of National Catholicism 
in Modern Spain                                                  65 
Sasha D. Pack 
The Role of Spanish Consuls in the United States, 1795-1898       81 
Sean T. Perrone 
Departure from Asia: Spain in the Philippines and East Asia 
in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries                       103 
Florentino Rodao 
The Rif War as a Frontier Conflict                               123 
Shannon E. Fleming 
The Practice and Politics of Spanish Counterinsurgency, 1895-1936  137 
Geoffrey Jensen 
The Swedish Left's Memory of the International Brigades 
and the Creation of an Antifascist Postwar Identity             151 
Carl-Gustaf Scott 
The Cold War and the Spanish Civil War: 
The Impact of Politics on Historiography                        175 
George Esenwein 


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