SPAIN: Azana's Fall

From the ministerial bench of Spain's Cortes, chunky, gap-toothed Premier Manuel Azana has for two years led his Socialist Coalition Government in a rapid renovation of Spain's semifeudal society, steeped in piety, vised by the landowners. He was determined that no one should stop him until he had accomplished two things: 1) the substitution of non-sectarian schools for the Catholic Church schools that have taught Spaniards all they know for half a millennium; 2) the dispossession of the great grandee landowners. His great weapon is the Socialist labor unions of 1,000,000...

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