No Thru Traffic

November 1982
National Review;11/12/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 22, p1392
This article presents information on the political developments in Spain. It is reported that the country turned to the left and right. It focuses on the political parties that are set to dominate the political landscape in the country. Politician Felipe Gonzalez's Socialist Workers' Party and Politician Manuel Fraga's Popular Alliance dominate the political landscape for the foreseeable future, while the Union of the Democratic Center virtually disappeared. Spanish politics has not been kind to moderates. It also discusses the implications of the political system of the country.


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