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    The new Spain

    In the first page of this survey in The Economist, we see a bit of the new, a bit of the old: two civil guards in gala uniform, and Zapatero smiling. All in all, the report, closed just before the european elections, is quite balanced, touching on the international issues, the nationalisms, inmigration, the economy... It tends to believe too much what the politicians say, and not reflect what the politicians actually do.
    All in all, an interesting read; which, BTW, you won't be able to do on the web, since it's pay-per-view. Try to get the issue at the newsstand.

    2004-07-15 01:00 | 2 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: pj Fecha: 2004-07-15 10:19

    Try to get the issue at the newsstand

    Wich is pay-per-view, too.

    (well, you can read it at the newsstand :P)

    De: JJ Fecha: 2004-07-15 10:30

    Yep, but it's cheaper, and you can keep it for your grandchildren.

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