Spain and Imperialism

Authors

  • José María Vidal Villa

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-029-06-1977-10_4

Keywords:

Imperialism

Abstract

The characteristic features of a social formation are always identified in terms of two factors which complement and often determine each other: the internal factor which represents the historical process leading to the present structure of the society under study, from the point of view of social classes and the economic base; and the external factor which points to the specific way in which that social formation relates to the rest of the world, a relation which can assume the form of a simple commercial exchange or integration into the world economy, whether as a dominated or a dominant formation.

Published

1977-11-04

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Section

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