paul preston un pueblo traicionado

Un pueblo traicionado

Paul Preston returns to the history of Spain through “Un pueblo traicionado”, but this time from the vision of the Spanish people, victim of a corrupt system that begins, deploys and is maintained over the years (centuries) by the Spanish political class, the economic powers and institutions such as the Army and the Church. This historical analysis, since the end of the 19th century, makes us understand the obstacles that economic and social development has had in Spain, if we compare it with other countries in our environment. Essential reading to understand the political and social controversies of recent years.