AGUILAR, Paloma (1996): «Collective memory of the Spanish Civil War. The case of the political amnesty in the Spanish transition to democracy», Working Papers CEACS, nº 85.
A number of important lacunae exist within the vast body of academic literature on the transition to democracy in Spain. One of the most prominent of these is the virtual absence of research on the many and varied types of mobilizations which took place in this period. The relatively short space of time between the death of Francisco Franco in November 1975 and the approval of the Constitution in December 1978 saw the emergence of various social movements which, although often weak and enjoying an only ephemeral existence, were nonetheless capable of giving impetus to a wide variety of collective actions3 and of mobilizing, if only briefly, a significant part of Spanish society.
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