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After awaiting the return of the Spanish king, Ferdinand IV, to the throne, loyalists were disappointed when he
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Weegy: On 6 June 1936, Snr.Jose Maria Gil Robles, Leader of the Spanish Catholic Party, the CEDA, rose to address the Spanish Cortez or parliament. [ He laid bare the parlous state of Spain when he noted that during the four months the left wing Popular Front government had been in power 160 churches had been burned to the ground and there had been 269 mainly political murders and 1287 assaults. No less than 69 political centres had been wrecked and 10 newspaper offices had been sacked. There had been 113 general strikes and 228 partial strikes. ‘Let us not deceive ourselves!’ said Gil Robles, ‘A country can live under a Monarchy or a Republic, with a parliamentary or a presidential system, under Communism or Fascism! But it cannot live in anarchy. Now, alas, Spain is in anarchy. And we are today present at the funeral service of democracy!’ This stinging criticism of the government was taken up by the Monarchist leader, Snr.Jose Calvo Sotelo, who claimed that the disorder in Spain was due to the flawed Constitution of 1931. ‘Against this sterile State,’ he proclaimed, ‘I am proposing the integrated State, which will bring economic justice, and which will say with due authority: “no more strikes, no more lock-outs, no more usury, no more capitalist abuses, no more starvation wages, no more political salaries gained by happy accident, no more anarchic liberty, no more criminal conspiracies against full production,” The national production will be for the benefit of all classes, all parties, all interests. This State many may call Fascist; if this indeed be the Fascist State, then I, who believe in it, proudly declare myself a Fascist!” Reports of this debate reached every corner of Spain but Calvo Sotelo’s words were widely misconstrued, as was his call to the Spanish armed forced to be prepared to rise to the defense of Spain against anarchy. On Monday, 13 July, Jose Calvo Sotelo was murdered by members of the Assault Guard, Spain’s urban paramilitary police. ]
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After awaiting the return of the Spanish king, Ferdinand IV, to the throne, loyalists were disappointed when he agreed to accept a constitution that was seen as 'too liberal'.
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Jose de San Martin's most effective troops were former slaves.
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