History - European


The Basque Insurgents
ETA, 1952–1980
Robert P. Clark

Blamed, at first, by the Spanish government for the recent Madrid train bombings, ETA (Euzkadi ta Askatasuna), the Basque nationalist organization, has been perhaps the most violent insurgent group on the European continent. Yet little is known about it outside of Spain. This book, now back in print, offers a full analytical study of ETA.

"[Clark's] book provides an excellent chronological history of the movement and a perceptive analysis of the social origins of ETA militants and of their popular support. It is certainly the clearest, fullest, and most scholarly account to date in any language of ETA's chequered and kaleidoscopic history."—Paul Preston, Times Literary Supplement

Robert P. Clark is a renowned expert on the Basque situation and on radical politics.

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Back in Print
January 2005

400 pp.      6 maps     6 x 9
ISBN 0-299-09650-5  Cloth $35.00s
ISBN 978-0-299-09654-0  Paper $24.95s

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