Talk:Politics of Catalonia

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Not neutral sentence[edit]

This sentence "Catalan nationalist and federalist movements arose in the nineteenth century" is at least NOT NEUTRAL Many sources would agree that it started the same day Catalonia loosed the war against Castilla (September 11, 1714, by the way the National Day of Catalonia). Please see the House of Lords Journals of these dates. Another point of view should be added.

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--Paco 00:07, 29 August 2007 (UTC)

Don't think this particular issue impairs an overall neutrality of the article. Mountolive all over Battersea, some hope and some dispair 12:03, 14 January 2008 (UTC)