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Losing social democracy. Reflections on the erosion of a paradigmatic case of social democracy

Abstract : Swedish social democracy has long since lost its hegemonic position in domestic politics. Depending on how we draw the historical time line, the party has been in trouble since at least 2002, in other words well before the 2006 election, when it lost to the Swedish right, and the 2010 election, when it scored its worst result in parliamentary elections since 1914. In fact the party has not been truly hegemonic in Swedish politics since the late 1960s, and its crisis is therefore not merely a question of recent developments but should be historicised and understood over a much longer...
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Jenny Andersson. Losing social democracy. Reflections on the erosion of a paradigmatic case of social democracy. David J. Bailey; Jean-Michel De Waele; Fabien Escalona; Mathieu Vieira. European social democracy during the global economic crisis, Manchester University Press, pp.116 - 131, 2014, 9780719091957. ⟨hal-02365676⟩

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