Catalan Historical Review, No 14 (2021)

Antiliberal political traditionalism: The Catalan Carlists

Lluís Ferran Toledano González

Abstract


Catalan Carlism was one of the most prominent versions of European anti-liberalism and counter-revolution. This article delves into a debate on the traditional and/or modern nature of the social movements; the relationship between religion, politics and identity; the impact of the civil wars on the construction of nation-states; and the exercise of power and violence. In a context of factories and workers, Carlism built the longest insurrectional guerrilla culture in all of Europe and became the theatre of operations of the “international white”.

Keywords: Carlism, counter-revolution, guerrilla, civil war, Catalanism, international white

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ISSN: 2013-4088 (electronic edition); 2013-407X (print edition)