Travelling exhibit is dedicated to the life and efforts of Ernest Lluch in his "struggle to build a country" (the translation of the exhibition title). An economist, professor, historian and politician, Lluch played a significant role in the earliest stages of working to build Spain's democracy after the end of Franco's dictatorship. Born in Vilassar de Mar, Lloch was a well-respected figure known for his political contributions and his adamant demands for civility in relations among peoples and cultures. The exhibit is organised by the Catalan Government and the Ernest Lluch foundation. The exhibition is divided into five thematic areas: A Life of Commitment, Professor Lluch, An Atypical Politician, School of Citizenship and a fifth, on show in the garden, which refers to the lands Lluch knew: Catalonia, Aragon, the Basque Country, the Valencian Community, Santander and Madrid. There is also an audiovisual display as well as an interactive montage containing accounts from more than 120 people who describe their relationship to Lluch and their knowledge of his activities. Lluch was assasinated by ETA on 21 November, 2000 in Barcelona.