In the second episode of Fascism: A Slate Academy, Slate writers Rebecca Onion, June Thomas, and Joshua Keating discuss what happened in Spain, where a fringy fascist movement without much power got folded into one of the longest-lasting dictatorships of the 20th century. Historian Brian Bunk, author of Ghosts of Passion: Martyrdom, Gender, and the Origins of the Spanish Civil War, provides expertise.
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Supplementary reading for this episode
- “Twenty-Six Point Manifesto of the Spanish Falange,” via Archive.org
- Brian D. Bunk, “ ‘A Shape Note of Pugnacity’: Conservative Youth Groups in Spain, 1914-1939” (from Nation and Conflict in Modern Spain: Essays in Honor of Stanley G. Payne, eds. Brian D. Bunk, Sasha D. Pack, and Carl-Gustaf Scott)
- Stanley Payne, Fascism in Spain: 1923–1977