Franco's Prisons : From Totalitarianism to Brutal Developmentalism 1939-1977. / Graham, Helen.

2019.

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title = "Franco's Prisons: From Totalitarianism to Brutal Developmentalism 1939-1977",
abstract = "The forty-year Franco dictatorship constitutes, for Europe and Spain, major unfinished business of its violent twentieth century. Legitimised by the Cold War, totalitarian Francoism was permitted as a Western client to transform its society brutally. The book explores how the all-pervasive prison system of the 1940s changed during the dictatorship{\textquoteright}s subsequent decades, as Spain underwent a process of accelerated industrialisation and social uprooting (mass internal migration), whose combined intensity was, in European terms, second only to Stalin{\textquoteright}s Russia. In offering an original study of Franco's penal system, the book analyses how and why the Franco dictatorship changed, but also how Francoism was able to become a political project which long outlived its originating dictatorship, and with what lasting consequences for Spain—and Europe—today. ",
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