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Background: the Spanish welfare process and the promise of higher education One of the most prominent issues on the political agenda of the Socialist Party, as well as one of the major achievements during the 15 years of socialist government (1982-96), was to reintroduce republican educational values and make them universal through institutional implementation2. Over the past two decades, secondary and higher education have become available to wide sectors of the Spanish population3. It is fair to say that, after Franco’s demise in 1975, aspirations of upward social mobility through children’s access to higher 28 Suffering the fall of the Berlin Wall education became a ‘leitmotiv’ in the strategies of parents whose children attended secondary school at the time.
In particular, the stigma of poverty remains a constant feature of social policy and of common sense. Suspicion of those who are entitled to various benefits designed for small categories of deprived people has always been stronger than suspicion of the general categories of the social security system (such as sickness, old age or family allowances). Within the social security system, suspicion of the unemployed has also been stronger than of the other categories. And everybody and anyone could be suspected of cheating, making a profit out of this mutually supportive organisation.