The Democratic Class Struggle
Routledge, 7. des. 2018 - 288 sider
First published in 1983. This book combines a case study of class relations, politics and voting in Sweden with a comparative analysis of distributive conflicts and politics in eighteen OECD countries. Its underlying theoretical theme is the development of class relations in free-enterprise or capitalise democracies. This title will be of interest to students of history and politics.
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After three Social Democratic electoral setbacks the bourgeois parties formed a government in the autumn of 1976 for the first time in forty-four years. Economic growth, to which the Swedes had become accustomed during the postwar ...
The bourgeois governments proposed cutbacks in ingrained social benefits. After the 1982 elections, however, a Social Democratic government was returned to power. From a historical perspective, the 1970s stand out as a break with the ...
... in the strength of working-classbased organizations and by the nature and extent of left party control of the government. ... to the stabilization of the position of the organizational leadership and social control over the members, ...
Socio-economic cleavages also remain central bases for the party structures in most Western nations. ... labour unions while, e.g., Panitch and Jessop acquit unions and place social democratic parties in the central controlling roles.
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