Spanish communism in exile: the unexpected resolution of the Communist International

Issue: 
Autumn 2014

The Spanish communist exile generated an unprecedented action in the international communist movement. The Communist International, in contravention of its own statutes, recognised two sections within the same state: Spanish section and Catalan section. Therefore, the national question in the Spanish communist movement, which was a latent problem of the Spanish communist movement before the exile, exploded definitively during the years of the exile and it generated hard crashes between the Spanish section and Catalan section.  

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