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From 1934-1936, its elements are numerous in the Cortes. They consist of several groups: the Catalan League, led by Francisco Cambo; Carlist Navarre; Loyalists monarchists (Jose Calvo Sotelo ); agricultural; independents, especially caciques; the Spanish Confederation of Autonomous Rights (José María Gil Robles); the Falange (Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera). Among all there is one common ideological background: totalitarianism practiced at this time Mussolini's Italy, Portugal under Salazar, Hitler's Germany, and Austria of Dollfuss.
The Spanish concern is directed mainly to political ideas. They want to create a new right to break with Spain and resume parliamentary ties with traditional Spain. His thought manifests. The state is defined as a totalitarian tool for comprehensive homeland; the economy is designed as a vertical structure accompanied by compulsory unionism of all producers. During the sixties (twentieth century), France lived an unusual interest in the publication of works about the contemporary history of Spain, especially, which concerned the period of the Civil War.
However, it was not initially tried to works written by Spanish, but hispanistas from diverse backgrounds. Italy, France, Britain, the United States and certain Latin American countries were pioneers in this field. Naturally, Paris Radio paid special attention to the phenomenon, for several reasons: it was an appearance with clear incidence in France, directly related to Spain, and a fundamental political component (in addition to the cultural), since most of these works were banned form systematic in Spain, prohibition was maintained for many of them, until the end of the Transition.