Invertebrate Spain / Translation and foreword by Mildred Adams.Material type: TextLanguage: engspa Publication details: New York : H. Fertig, 1973 [c1937] Subject(s): Spain -- Civilization | Spain -- Politics and governmentDDC classification: 320.946 LOC classification: DP48 | .O64213 1973
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Reprint of the ed. published by Norton, New York.
How to make, and break, a nation.--The case of the military.--No men, or no masses?--A theory about Andalusia.--Castile and the Asturias: two civilizations.--The meaning of castles in Spain.--A topography of Spanish pride.--Arid plains, and arid men.--The increasing menace of society.--Against the economic interpretation of history.--On fascism.--Meditation in the Escorial.