Represión, esclavitud y exclusión. Un análisis a escala de la violencia franquista
From the beginning of the war, the Francoist parastate based its socio-political legitimation on the use of violence in the front and in the rearguard. It had a crystal-clear objective: to end with a democratic regime as the Second Republic was. To achieve that, it had to win the war and to get rid of the dissidence. Under those circumstances, repression was set up as a leading mechanism for military and socio-political control, and it generated a system of economic exploitation which was maintained beyond the battle. Thus, the already formed Francoist State continued to strengthen its power on the ideological repression, slavery and social exclusion of the defeated.
Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 7 (Monograph)
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