Unos más iguales que otros

Seventy five per cent of the spaniards identify themselves with the idea of Spain as "my nation, my country". The evolution of public opinion shows that the Autonomous Communities are convenient, but their working is not too good, specially because the system has favoured certain provinces or Commun... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Cazorla Pérez, José
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Almería 1999
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Laburpena: Seventy five per cent of the spaniards identify themselves with the idea of Spain as "my nation, my country". The evolution of public opinion shows that the Autonomous Communities are convenient, but their working is not too good, specially because the system has favoured certain provinces or Communities at the cost of others. In this respect the more frequently mentioned are Cataluña and Basque Country. This opinion coincides with the general belief that theri standard of life is higher than the others, and so unequality among them is also higher. Although from 40 years ago there has been registered lesser differences in pc income of richer and poorer provinces, which went from four times to only double between them.