When I was in college, there was a gift exchange in the department. I went to the stationery store with my best friend at the time, and the two laughed and said that they wanted to buy an unforgettable dumbfounded gift to exchange, isn't it a second year! We took the "bad gifts" seriously, and waited wickedly to see who would get them. As a result, not fooling me, I got his gift, and he got mine. In the mood of mischief, he finally returned to himself.
The desire for freedom gave birth to the Spanish "Book of Image Manipulation Service Tomorrow" picture book On October 24, 2019, the leader of the Spanish Social Labor Party, Pedro. Sanchez, after all, has done what he and his party believe is the transformational justice that he and his party believe is to fulfill the promise and implement the "Historical Memory Law" passed in 2006 - to exhume Franco's coffin buried in the Valley of the Martyrs of the Grand Cross on the outskirts of Madrid. The spirit was moved, and he was buried in El Pardo-Mingorrubio cemetery, the area where his administrative residence was located during his lifetime.
This move is also for the general election in two weeks, hoping to break the deadlock in the April election, so that the Social Labour Party can win more votes and more than half of the seats. As everyone knows, things backfired, not only did the number of seats not increase, but the votes were even lower than in the general election in April. At the same time, Taiwanese publishing houses are planning to compile a set of Spanish-published "Books of Tomorrow" picture books, including "What is Democracy", "About Social Class", and "This is Dictatorship", which will be published in December 2019. This set of books was published between 1977 and 1978, two years after Franco's death, during the transition period in Spain from a dictatorship to a constitutional monarchy: the end of the dictatorship, the desire for democracy, and the hope to break the high expectations of social classes.