Territory in southwestern Europe, ruled since 1975 by the Reino de España

Reference

Spain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Spain (Spanish: España), officially the Kingdom of Spain (Spanish: Reino de España), is a sovereign state and a member of the European Union located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. Its mainland is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea except for a small land boundary with the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar; to the north and north east by France, Andorra, and the Bay of Biscay; and to the northwest and west by the Atlantic Ocean and Portugal. ..."

Measures of Freedom

Human Freedom Index [PDF], The Human Freedom Index 2016
2014: 7.95, Rank: 36, Personal Freedom: 8.52, Economic Freedom: 7.38, Democracy Index: 7.71
Level of Economic Freedom, Economic Freedom of the World
2014: 7.38, Rank: 49
Spain | Freedom House, Freedom in the World 2016
2016: Status: Free, Aggregate Score: 95, Political Rights: 1, Civil Liberties: 1
"The success of two new parties in the 2015 general elections, held in December, upset the two-party system traditionally dominated by the conservative Popular Party (PP) and the center-left Spanish Socialist Worker's Party (PSOE). The year ended without a clear candidate for prime minister, and difficult coalition talks were expected in 2016. Both the PP and PSOE had also lost ground in regional and municipal elections held in May."

Articles

Benjamin Tucker, Individualism, & Liberty: Not the Daughter but the Mother of Order, by Wendy McElroy, Literature of Liberty, 1981
Bibliographical essay covering the people and radical movements that influenced Tucker in his founding and publishing of Liberty, its major themes and contributors
"It is difficult to assess Liberty's connection with Spanish periodicals. Revista Social and La Revolucion Social were mentioned briefly, and Stephen Byington engaged in debate over individualist-anarchism with the editor of A Vida. A Vida had printed a Spanish translation of an article Byington had submitted to Tucker. A Vida's source for the article was a French paper which had translated directly from Liberty."
Iraq: One Year Later, by Sheldon Richman, 19 Mar 2004
Comments on the 11 March 2004 Madrid train bombings and on the first anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq
"The Spanish are being slandered by the La-Z-Boy warriors as appeasers because right after 200 of their fellow citizens were killed in train bombings, they threw out the ruling Popular Party, under whose leadership the country was dragged into Bush's war, and elected the Socialist Party, which vows to remove Spanish troops from Iraq. ... In fact, the socialists were pulling ahead of the Popular Party before the bombings occurred."
Related Topic: Iraq War (2003)
The Death Wish of the Anarcho-Communists, by Murray N. Rothbard, The Libertarian Forum, 1 Jan 1970
Critique of anarcho-communism, examining its presumed non-coercive nature, and its philosophical and economics orientation
".. it is hard to forget the fact that when the Spanish Anarchists (anarcho-communists of the Bakunin-Kropotkin type) took over large sections of Spain during the Civil War of the 1930s, they confiscated and destroyed all the money in their areas and promptly decreed the death penalty for the use of money."
The Spanish-American War: The Leap into Overseas Empire, Part 2, by Joseph R. Stromberg, Future of Freedom, Jan 1999
Related Topics: Cuba, Imperialism, Philippines
The Spanish-American War: The Leap into Overseas Empire, Part 1, by Joseph R. Stromberg, Future of Freedom, Dec 1998
Related Topics: Cuba, Imperialism, Philippines