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Assess the importance of political and economic factors in the origin of the Spanish Civil War The Spanish Civil War was a conflict that took place in 1936 until 1939 between the Nationalists and the Republicans. The origin of this war was influenced by many different factors, but the two main factors were political and economic. Relying on agriculture, Spain was one of the least economically developed countries in Europe. There was also many different ideologies, which made it very hard to choose a representative party for the country. This caused political instability. Spain’s economy had never been the greatest. Most of it relied on agriculture, apart from regions like Asturias, where they would carry coal mining industries and Catalonia, where the textile industry was developing. The agriculture was inefficient since it could not provide enough food and depended on the different seasons. Because of this, most of Spain lived in poverty, while a small minority of the people was rich. This also meant that most of it

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