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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This re-combination leads to the conclusion that the capitalist democracies provide their multifarious interest groups with relatively equal opportunities to mobilize power and to act as pressure groups, something which largely ...
This model had emerged during the 1930s as a result of a 'historical compromise' between capital and labour, based on a relatively strong labour movement and the new but apparently stable Social Democratic hold over governmental power.
The body of thought on pluralist industrial society forms an imaginative and relatively coherent interpretation of the past, present and future of modern societies.
... teaching and imposing state interests on their own members.8 Once in operation, societal corporatism thus becomes a relatively stable and resilient means for the dominant groups in bourgeois society to maintain their dominance.
In terms of the aforementioned dimensions, means of violence have a large domain, wide scope and high concentration potential, as well as a relatively high convertibility. Although the legitimate use of violence is typically reserved ...