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Catalonia since the Spanish Civil War examines the transformation of the Catalan nation in socio-economic political and historical terms and offers an innovative interpretation of the determinants of its nationalist mobilisation. With Francos and Spanish nationalisms victory in 1939 and the consolidation of a long-lasting dictatorship it appeared certain that the Catalan national movement would be crushed. Yet this did not happen and Catalan nationalism and identity reemerged at the end of Francos dictatorship in 1975 more firmly rooted than before. The core of Reconstructing the Nation traces the Francoist repression and the nationalist response to it demonstrating how new political actors reconfigured Catalan nationalism over the course of the Franco regime (19391975). Post-Franco Catalan cultural and political identity was consolidated and Catalonia became the most successful state-less nationalism in western Europe. The 21st century has been marked by an ever-growing independence movement culminating in the vast demonstration in the city of Barcelona in July 2010. Andrew Dowling provides multi-faceted viewpoints in historic perspective and reflects on possible steps and outcomes for this new pro-independence turn in Catalan nationalism. This study will appeal not only to students of Spain but also to those interested in nationalism as a separate issue of enquiry. The themes treated in the book Francos Spain nationalism anarchism Catholicism communism and the Catalan role in Spains transition to democracy make this work an essential point of reference for students and researchers in Hispanic studies modern European history and political science.