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Memoria y silencio en la Transición, a partir de la Ley de Amnistía de 1977

Abstract : The Spanish transition was considered at first to be a success, in particular due to the political consensus between the different parties and renewed freedom. Despite everything, those who had committed offences were never convicted and political prisoners were set free so permitting a national reconciliation in a democratic and peaceful country. Those who were defeated were forgotten and the past gradually put aside leaving people who had been victims of these tragic events with deep open wounds. During the last few decades a question has arisen: should one forget the past or try to come to terms with it? New generations, to whom these events are history, feel a need to rehabilitate the memory of their ancestors, a memory partly restored, too late.
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Virginie Rando. Memoria y silencio en la Transición, a partir de la Ley de Amnistía de 1977. Literature. 2013. ⟨dumas-00926189⟩



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