El pensamiento vasco y América: del Modernismo a la Guerra Civil.
Llera, Luis de (1998) El pensamiento vasco y América: del Modernismo a la Guerra Civil. Revista Internacional de los Estudios Vascos = Nazioarteko Eusko Ikaskuntzen Aldizkaria = Revue Internationale des Etudes Basques (43). pp. 61-81. ISSN 0212-7016
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If the Extremeños (people from Extremadura) represented the most numerous and outstanding group in the years of the discovery and conquest of America, it was the Basques who predominated in subsequent centuries. The communities originating from the Basque Country distinguished themselves between 1900 and 1936 with a sense of unity and solidarity that was distinguished them from other Spanish emigrants. However, from the cultural point of view, 1900 still does not bring the creation of a culture with a marked autonomy: intellectuals like Unamuno, Baroja and Maeztu, in spite of showing sympathy for their land of origin, never considered the existence of a Basque culture any different from that of rest of Spain.
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