US–Spanish Relations after Franco, 1975–1989

US–Spanish Relations after Franco, 1975–1989

On September 26, 1953, the Eisenhower administration signed three executive agreements with General Franco’s regime, which allowed the United States to install military bases in Spain in exchange for economic and military aid. The deal clearly favored US Cold War interests, and critics soon denounced that by signing the Pact of Madrid America had betrayed its own democratic credentials. The agreements stabilized the dictatorship and effectively converted it into… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (February 19, 2018)

Page count: 240 pages

Language: English

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