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1 A quick glance at the Eruobarometers and World Values Surveys from the last years shows that the views and attitudes towards democracy, the rule of law, interpersonal trust, etc. of the majority of the Spanish society has changed drastically since the end of the dictatorship.

2 ‘La España democrática antes, durante y después de la Transición ha optado por integrarse en la Europa de las Comunidades, que quería decir algo más profundo que un simple Mercado Comun europea y que, supone, un compromiso asumido por los españoles con la conciencia de que la integración europea es la mayor garantía para nuestra estabilidad democrática y nuestra presencia en el orden internacional’

3 ‘No cabe duda que la situación geografica de España, en el suroeste de la democrática Europa occidental iba a determinar la elección de caminar hacia la democracia; de haber tenido como vecino septentrional a Estados Unidos, donde la seguridad primaba sobre los principios democráticos, el destino político del país podia haber tomado otro rumbo, o quizás ninguno y simplemente optar por la continuidad de un sistema autoritario’



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