The Anarchists and Education in Spain, 1868-1909

  title={The Anarchists and Education in Spain, 1868-1909},
  author={Carolyn P. Boyd},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={125 - 170}
  • C. P. Boyd
  • Published 1 December 1976
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Modern History
In order to explain the enduring commitment to anarchism among the Spanish working classes well into the twentieth century, most historians have emphasized the structural, political, or cultural factors that, taken together, sustained the credibility of anarchism, as a social theory, in Spain long after it had become an anachronism in the more advanced industrial nations of Western Europe.1 What has perhaps received less attention in accounting for the success of Spanish anarchism is the way in… Expand
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