He was President of the Spanish section of the Universal peace Union. He collaborated with the school of social studies for women and the women’s Committee of social improvements. He worked for the inclusion of domestic service in the benefits of labor retirement laws and occupational accidents. He was defender of the Republic from 1931 until his death. During the war provoked by the military rebellion of general Franco collaborated on the magazine time to Spain and was Ambassador in Belgium, France and Argentina. To recognize the Government of the Republic Argentina to the Spain’s Franco, at the end of February, 1939, he left the diplomatic headquarters. He collaborated in thought Spanish, monthly magazine, which appeared in Buenos Aires in 1942 and which was distinguished by its independent status and its content and intellectual tone, involving the most prominent features of the Republican Spanish Centre of Buenos Aires. It also provided their collaboration to Spain free, fortnightly newspaper published in Santiago de Chile in 1942.
He participated in the tribute to Jovellanos the Centro Asturiano of Buenos Aires on the bicentennial of his birth, along with other prominent intellectuals in exile, Francisco Ayala, Claudio Sanchez Albornoz and Clemente Cimorra, among others. Among the most relevant titles of his extensive work we quote: July 1909 in Barcelona (1910), conversation about Catalan nationalism (1910), history of the catalan political thought during the war of Spain with the French Republic (1793-1795) (1913), the soul of the toga (1919), letters a girl on subjects of civil law (1925), letters to a lady about topics of political law (1930)The sediment fight (1933), sources close the current Spain (1940), the Spain of my life (1941), the war in Spain and Roman Catholics (1942), draft of the Bolivian Civil Code (1943), the reform of the Argentine Civil Code, the world that I desire (1943), life and sacrifice of Campanys (1943), the foundations of the Christian democracy (1944), notions of law International (1944) politiciantextbook, Women (1944), political dictionary Spanish, historical and biographical from Carlos IV until 1936 (1945) and grace (1945). The rights of man, the citizen and State (1946) and female dialogues (1947) were published posthumously. And as said this misunderstood conservative, rara avis between the Spanish right of all time: because, in the end, there is no freedom without democracy or democracy without freedom. And one of the freedoms essential for democracy is the vote, so laws come from the legitimate authorities, which may not be others, but designated by the social body. Francisco Arias Solis not can be free rather than between free. For peace and freedom and Forum free Internet portal.
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