Patterns of development and nationalism: Basque and Catalan nationalism before the Spanish Civil War

  title={Patterns of development and nationalism: Basque and Catalan nationalism before the Spanish Civil War},
  author={Juan D{\'i}ez Medrano},
  journal={Theory and Society},
  • J. Medrano
  • Published 1 August 1994
  • Sociology
  • Theory and Society
These quotations from two of the major ideologues of Basque and Catalan nationalism, respectively, reflect two radically different conceptions of what the nation is and two significantly different political programs for the Basque Country and Catalonia: independence and adherence to tradition for the former, federalism/confederalism and a secular and capitalist organization of society for the latter. The Basque and Catalan nationalist movements differed substantially in their character despite… 
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