Terrorist Violence and Popular Mobilization: The Case of the Spanish Transition to Democracy

@article{SnchezCuenca2009TerroristVA,
  title={Terrorist Violence and Popular Mobilization: The Case of the Spanish Transition to Democracy},
  author={Ignacio S{\'a}nchez-Cuenca and Paloma Aguilar},
  journal={Politics \& Society},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={428 - 453}
}
The hypothesis that terrorism often emerges when mass collective action declines and radicals take up arms to compensate for the weakness of a mass movement has been around for some time; however, it has never been tested systematically. In this article the authors investigate the relationship between terrorist violence and mass protest in the context of the Spanish transition to democracy. This period is known for its pacts and negotiations between political elites, but in fact, it was… Expand

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