Social democracy in Sweden
While some scholars argue that socialist democracy is now dead we find abundant evidence to the contrary. Through a case study of Sweden over the last two decades, it is shown that the social democratic system of government not only persists but also contributes to a very high degree of freedom for its citizens - including vast personal, cultural, material, and social freedoms. Although social democracy is not a perfect system, its fruits are ripe and compare favourably to other political systems.
Sweden, democracy, political system, political freedom
Economic and Political Weekly
JOSHI, Devin K., & NAVLAKHA, Neha.(2010). Social democracy in Sweden. Economic and Political Weekly, 45(47), 73-80.
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