The Rocky Road to Democracy

Moss, Robert
June 1977
National Review;6/10/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 22, p663
The article presents a consideration of the issues associated with the democratic elections in Spain. It tells of the legalization of Spain's Communist Party and the depth of Soviet Union involvement in the legalization of the Communist Party. It mentions the major political choices for the voters in Spain.


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