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By Waldo Ansaldi

Este libro analiza los procesos históricos desde una perspectiva política, indaga el pasado desde los imperativos del presente, de cara al futuro, y pretende contribuir a l. a. recuperación de los angeles práctica política por parte de las mujeres y los hombres explotados y dominados. Recuperar l. a. política –confiscada por el neoliberalismo, es asumirla como voluntad organizada de una comunidad, orientada a los angeles conservación o transformación de los angeles sociedad, es decir, como ámbito de libertad por excelencia, desde el cual decidimos seguir viviendo como lo hacemos o luchar por cambiar las condiciones en las cuales existimos. En ese sentido, los angeles política es un componente primary de todo proyecto emancipador. Y hoy, una estrategia genuinamente emancipadora debería perseguir l. a. abolición de cualquier clase de dominación de unos hombres y mujeres sobre otros hombres y mujeres. América Latina. l. a. construcción del orden, integrado por dos volúmenes, constituye una obra polifónica porque los autores están convencidos de que los angeles pluralidad de voces –de distintas vertientes teóricas, puede ofrecer, sin ortodoxia alguna, una mayor capacidad explicativa de un largo, tortuoso y conflictivo proceso sociohistórico. los angeles historia que construyen hoy las sociedades latinoamericanas requiere un avance y profundización en su conocimiento desde los angeles pluralidad, necesaria para afirmar el camino de l. a. integración, en specific l. a. de los pueblos. En este sentido, el objetivo de esta obra es que, al concluir su lectura, los lectores sepan más sobre América Latina y, sobre todo, quieran saber más y pensar América Latina, buscando las claves necesarias para analizar los angeles realidad pasada y presente, con vistas al futuro.

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40 Chapter 3 Political and Economic Transformation Accession to the EC/EU required the kind of institutional stability that would guarantee democracy, rule of law, human rights, and respect for and protection of minorities. It also required a functioning market economy capable of withstanding competitive pressure and market forces within Europe and globally. Member nations were also required to adhere to similar political and economic goals, which required member states have the same currency. Juan Carlos de Borbón was sworn in as king of Spain immediately after Franco’s death in November 1975.

S. government to intervene in order to protect ITT’s interests in Spain. S. government’s defense of ITT’s interest in CTNE caused an ongoing political struggle between the two countries from 1932 to 1936. S. government intervened through its embassy in Madrid since the parliament was trying to block repatriation of assets and earnings (Sobel, 1982, 79). The embassy had received orders from Secretary of State Henry Stimson to provide any necessary help to Sosthenes Behn and ITT in order to preserve CTNE.

On the other hand, the EC wished to encourage political stability and economic progress in southern Europe in order to widen and strengthen its political and economic base and gain access to more markets from north to south (Nugent, 2003). Nevertheless, the EC kept Spain waiting almost ten years, demanding that it transition successfully to democracy and raise living standards. Despite this, Spain’s preferential trade agreement status, granted in 1970, aided its economic growth. For Spain, European integration meant breaking out of its long spell of international isolation and irrelevance.

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